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Who f s Making The Grade? 

Class Of 1990 Looks To The Future 

See Graduation Section Inside 
Pages 26-33 



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Pine Hill Lakes residents threaten class-action suit 



by BECKY JOHNS 

Lakelaad Newip*p«ri / 

Steamed Pine Hill Lakes residents went 
to'the Antioch Village Board on Monday- 
wanting to know what the village's - 

Chamber holds boat, 
RV and home show 

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce 
will stage its annual boat, RV and home 
show on June 15-17 at Antioch High 
School at Rtes. 173 and 83, Antioch.- 

This year, the Chamber of Commerce is 
gearing the show to homeowners in 
addition to boat and RV owners and 
buyers. 

This year the show will feature local 
marinas, RV dealers, camping equipment, 
and general household products. The 
household wares will, be indoors, in the 
school's commons area. 

The show will also have pizza vendors, 
lemonade, and other refreshments available 
for visitors. 

The show's hours on June 15 are 4 to 8 
p.m., on June 16 from 10 aim. to 6 p.m., 
and June 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

For more information, call (708) 395- 
2233. 



position is in their problem. 

Residents of the Pine Hill Lakes subdi- 
vision, off of Depot Rd. in Antioch, have 
been complaining of problems with their 
homes for the past year. Currently, the 
residents are. threatening the village and 
the developer with a class-action lawsuit 

Homeowners wanted to know why the 
developer was given permission to build 
in Pine Hill Lakes. 

"Then sue us," said Trustee Ed 
Koziorowski. "Do what you have to do, 
but we're doing what we can to help you." 

Homeowners say the problems with 
their homes have made living in the de- 
velopment a health hazard, especially 
when the sewer system in one home failed 
and sewer water flooded the home. 

"There has been some trouble with 
sinking basements," said Antioch Village 
Trustee Marilyn Shineflug. "Apparently 
some houses are built on areas (above) un- 
stable soil." 

Village Administrator Tim Wells agreed 
the problems may be due to soil settling 
conditions. 

Antioch Building Inspector Lawrence 
Carstensen said that although precautions 
were taken on those pieces of property 
now having trouble and that the bore test 



performed on the soil there showed 97.5 
percent compaction (the lowest permissi- 
ble level is 92 percent) there was one 
main factor contributing to the sinking 
soil in Pine Hill Lakes. 



"When the fill was put in, as you know 
it was an extremely dry year. Fill never 
settles until it's soaked and wet," said 
Carstensen. He said part of the hilltop, 
(Continued on Page 8) 



Gesiakowski will 
serve four years 



Robert Gesiakowski, the 49-year-old 
Antioch Township marketing consultant, 
was sentenced to four years imprisonment 
on May 30. 

- Gesiakowski was convicted of eight 
counts investment fraud totaling $96,000. 
He had been offered the opportunity, in 
exchange for a probationary sentence, to 
pay his victims back. 

For this plea arrangement, Gesiakowski 
was to pay $48,000 on the sentencing 
date and $48,000 more within the next 
six months, but was unable to raise the 
money to do so by the May 30 sentencing 
hearing. 

Gesiakowski said he intends to pay his 
victims back, perhaps with a pending 



$120,000 business deal with an 
anonymous company. 

Gesiakowski said he was not able to 
raise the money due to adverse publicity 
and the foreclosure on his home. 

Gesiakowski, who argued that he would 
.not be able to pay back his victims if he 
spent his time in jail, was convicted last' 
year on charges of theft and violating slate 
security laws. The charges included 
soliciting investments in fake companies, 
promising stock that was not his, and 
selling security interests on his already- 
mortgaged home. 

Gesiakowski pleaded guilty to all eight 
counts. 




Waiting for the big moment 

College of Lake County graduates anxiously wait for their diplomas during 
graduation exercises. Journalist Clarence ^age was keynote speaker. CLG 
President Daniel LaVista said the school's 21st graduating. class is a. diverse 
one. For a listing of graduates receiving diptomas from other schools in the 
Lakeland area, see special section Inside —Photo by Sieve Peterson 





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Whs's Making The Grade? 

Class Of 1990 Looks To The Future 

See Graduation Section Inside 
Pages 26-33 




, This week's index 

Editorial/Opinion . . ........... 14-15 

BusJitttr 17-19 

Warttnd .:.,...-2p-25 

OWtuiritM .'. 34 

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Pine Hill Lakes residents threaten class-action suit 



by BECKY JOHNS 

Lakeltftd Ncwipaptn / 

Steamed Pine Hill Lakes residents went 
to the Antioch Village Board on Monday. 
wanting to know what the village's 

Chamber holds boat, 
RV and home show 

The Antioch Chamber of Commerce 
will stage its annual boat. RV and home 
show on June 15-17 at Antioch High 
School at Rtcs. 173 and 83, Antioch.- 

This year the Chamber of Commerce is 
gearing the show to homeowners in 
addition to boat and RV owners and 
buyers. 

This year the show will feature local 
mannas, RV dealers, camping equipment, 
and general household products. The 
household wares will be indoors, in the 
school's commons area. ' 

The show will also have pizza vendors, 
lemonade, and other refreshments available 
for visitors. 

The show's hours on June IS are 4 to 8 
p.m., on June 16 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 
and June 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

For more information, call (708) 395- 
2233. 



position is in their problem. 

Residents of the Pine Hill Lakes subdi- 
vision, off of Depot Rd. in Antioch, have 
been complaining of problems with their 
Homes for the past year. Currently, the 
residents are. threatening the village and 
the developer with a class-action lawsuit 

Homeowners wanted to know why the 
developer was given permission to build 
in Pine Hill Lakes. 

"Then sue us," said Trustee Ed 
Koziorowski. "Do what you have to do, 
but we're doing what we can to help you." 

Homeowners say the. problems with 
their homes have made living in the de- 
velopment a health hazard, especially 
when the sewer system in one home failed 
and sewer water flooded the home. 

"There has been some trouble with 
sinking basemen is, "said Antioch Village 
Trustee Marilyn Shineflug. "Apparently 
some houses are built on areas (above) un- 
stable soil.** 

Village Administrator Tim Wells agreed 
the problems may be due to soil settling 
conditions. 

Antioch Building Inspector Lawrence 
Carstensen said that although precautions 
were taken on those pieces of property 
now having trouble and that the bore test 



performed on the soil there showed 97.5 
percent compaction (the lowest permissi- 
ble level is 92 percent) there was one 
main factor contributing to the sinking 
soil in Pine Hill Lakes. 



"When the fill was put in, as you know 
it was an extremely dry year. Fill never 
settles until it's soaked and wet," said 
Carstensen. He said part of the hilltop, 
(Continued on Page 8) . ~ ■ 



Gesiakowski will 
serve four years 



Robert Gesiakowski, the 49-year-old 
Antioch Township marketing consultant, 
was sentenced to four years imprisonment 
on May 30. 

; Gesiakowski was convicted of eight 
counts investment fraud totaling $96,000. 
He had been offered the opportunity, in 
exchange for a probationary sentence, to 
pay his victims back. 

For this plea arrangement, Gesiakowski 
was to pay $48,000 on the sentencing 
date and $48,000 more within the next 
six months, but was unable to raise the 
money to do so by the May 30 sentencing 
hearing. 

Gesiakowski said he intends to pay his 
victims back, perhaps with a pending 



$120,000 business deal with an 
anonymous company. 

Gesiakowski said he was not able to 
raise the money due to adverse publicity 
and the foreclosure on his home. 

Gesiakowski, who argued that he would 
.not be able to pay back his victims if he. 
spent his lime in jail, was convicted last 
year on charges of theft and violating state 
security laws. The charges included 
soliciting investments in fake companies, 
promising stock that was not his, and 
selling security interests on his already- 
mortgaged home. 

Gesiakowski pleaded guilty to all eight 
counts. 




Waiting for the big moment 

College of Lake County graduates anxiously wait lor their diplomas during 
graduation, exercises. Journalist Clarence ^Page was keynote speaker. CLC 
President Daniel LaVista said the school's 21st graduating class is a. diverse 
one. For a listing of graduates receiving diplomas Irom other schools in the 
Lakeland area, see special section inside.— Photo by Sieve Peterson 




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Prudential grant 



PADS 



Bruce Padbury of Lake Villa is a Prudential agent and a volunteer with Public 
Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS). Padbury was given a $300 grant from the 
Prudential Partners in Community Service, which began in 1988 to-honor it's 
insurance agents for their volunteer activities. Padbury, who has volunteered 
with PADS for the past year gave the check over to Doris Erickson for PADS 
building fund. Erickson is the assistant to the director of PADS.— Photo by Pat 
Christensen 

LCAVC wins big at V.I.C.A. 



Lakeland's COUNTY NEWS 



Indiana 

names 

graduates 

Indiana University in 
Bloomington, Ind. has 
announced its May 
graduates. Lakeland area 
graduates arc: Deborah Ncal 
of Grayslake earning a 
bachelor of arts degree. 
Christine Manske of 
Gurnee, bachelor of arts 
degree. Colin Cody of Lake 
Villa, bachelor of science in 
business. Patrick Flynn of 
Kildeer, bachelor of arts. 
Joseph Denny of Lake 
Zurich, bachelor of science 
in business. From Long 
Grove, William Berndt, 
bachelor of science in 
business; Kevin Brown, 
bachelor of science in 
business; and Michael 
Leissncr, bachelor of arts. 
From Liberty ville, Susan 
Forkcr, bachelor of arts; 
Kafih Peterson, bachelor of 
arts; and Shcri Pink, 
bachelor of science in 
business. 



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The following students 
participated in the Illinois 
Assn. of Vocational 
Industrial Clubs of Amer- 
ica's Leadership Conference 
and Skill Olympics held in 
Springfield. Students 
marked with an * are going 
to Tulsa, Okla. in June to 
compete in the National 
Skill Olympics. 

Leaders from Organized 
labor, management, educa- 
tion and government partic- 
ipated with the students in 
the conference activities. 

The winners include: 
Brick Masonry 

Ed Yells, 5th, from 
Carmel. 
Carpentry 

First, David tomasiewicz 
from Warren; Second, Tim 
Zimmerman from Antioch; 
Fifth, John. Keese from 
Mundelein; Sixth, Todd 
Crandall from Antioch; 
Computer Assisted 
Drafting 

First, Tim Gunderson 
from Antioch; Fourth, 
Jason Anderson from 
Warren; Fifth, Jason 
O'Young from Grayslake; 
Tie for Sixth, Ben Mamell 
of Grayslake and Shawn 
Pumell of Antioch. 
Cosmetology 

First, Wendy Hucker from 
Antioch; First (model) 
Danielle Cullen from 
Antioch; Second, Nichole 
Jeffery from Round Lake; 
Second (model), Jody 
Nichols from Round lake; 
Sixth, Angle Rauch from 
Antioch; Sixth (model), 
Beth Zielinski from 
Antioch. 
Culinary Arts 

First, Kim M tiller from 
Warren; and Fifth, Jason 
Dvorscak from Grayslake. 
Data Processing 

First, Mike Ingram from 
Wauconda; Third, Dave 
Bechtel from Lake Zurich; 
Fourth, Joyce Laske from 
Wauconda; Fifth, Marcus 
Daley from Antioch; and 
Sixth, Nicole Larson from 
Wauconda. 

Fresh Cut Floral 

Design 
Third, Jason Tiggs from 

Carmel. - ,-. 

Craft Centerpiece . 

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Fifth, Jason Tiggs from 
Carmel. 

Creative Photography 
(Black & White) 

Fourth, Stacey Webster 
from Mundelein; Fifth, 
Julie Miltimore from 
Richmond-Burton; and 
Sixth, Michelle Wozniel 
from Richmond-Burton. 

Creative Photography ■ 
(color) 

First, Karen Deaton from 
Warren. 

Commercial 
Photography 

Third, Melissa Harju from 
Warren; Fourth, Stacey 
Webster from' Mundelein; 
Fifth, Michelle Wozniak 
from Richmond-Burton; and 
Sixth, Julie Miltimore from 
Richmond-Burton. 
Small Engine Repair 

Fourth, John Dilg from 
Warren; and (Fifth, Andy 



L'Abbc from Grant. . 
Video Production- 
Creative 

Second, Randy Frost from 
Antioch; Second, Mike 
Taylor from North Chicago; 
Fourth, Audra Verenski 
from Grayslake; Fourth, 
Tammy Bell from 
Mundelein; Fifth, Debbie 
Foul from Grant; Fifth, 
Jason Traynqr from 
Antioch. 

Video Production - 
Electronic News 
Gathering 

Fourth, Jason Traynor 
from Antioch; Fourth, 
Randy Frost from Antioch; 
Fifth, Debbie Fout from 
Grant; Fifth, Misti Menard 
from Alden-Hebron; Sixth, 
Craig Mivshek from 
Warren; Sixth, Tammy Bell 
from Mundelein; and Fifth, 
John Evans from Zion- 
Benton. 




This Summer 

A Lake Could Be Your 

Front Yard 

ROCK LAKE 
RESORT 8 CAMPING 

Offers Nothing 

That is why people keep coming back. 
Certainty you can sail, swim, fish and scuba. 
But you can also think, in peace and solitude, 
and natural beauty. 

You can also do nothing at all and enjoy 
it as never before. 

Featuring - 

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Available for camping blue gills. 

by seasion only. Bring your own boat 
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8 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL 
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hen someone you love 

cannot 

live at home. 



'Victory Lakes provides family-centered quality care. 

Separating from the family can be an emotionally 
devasting experience for everyone concerned. At 
Victory Lakes, we try to make this transition a little 
easier. We have open visiting hours, and encourage 
friends and family to stop by, share a private meal 
together, and take part in our activities; You'll find 
many quiet, beautiful areas where you can relax and 
enjoy each other. 

Come, visit anytime. Meet our professional staff. Get 
to know firsthand what you can expect from a quality, 
nursing care environment. 

Victory Lakes provides a variety of skilled nursing 
care programs to suit your needs. 

• Long-term Continuing Care 

•Adult Day Care program - daily basis 

•Respite program - overnight to 30 days 

•Rehabilitation/ Medicare unit - 
short term 
•Alzheimer's and related 
disorders unit 

At Victory Lakes, our goal 
is to motivate and assist 
residents in 
maintaining their 
optimal level of 
mental and physical 
function. 

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development despite criticism 



by STEPH ENGLE Bill Sachen from the Lake 

Lakeland New.paptm County Building and 

A plan for for the Ivanhoc zoning Dept 



Country Club planned unit 
development will be 
presented to the Lake 
County Board for final 
approval on June 11. 

If approved, developers 



Even though preliminary 
carthmoving has been under 
way, the contractors failed 
to get a permit for the 
carthmoving. 

Some members of the 



with the project because treatment system, 
they felt the red tags will be The 228-acre development 
taken care of by the time is a trimmed-down version 
the final plat is formed. of the original plan which 
The development, located had called for 118 single- 
south of Rte. 60 and mostly family homes and 67 town 
north of Rte. 176 on the houses, 
west side of Ivanhoc, will The golf course operation 
feature an 18 -hole golf will be built by Thorn gate- 



expect to have both the golf Planning and Zoning course, a clubhouse, 90 Ivanhoc Country Club Inc. 

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sentiments to delay lots ranging in size from constructed by Brook-Ridge 

endorsing the plan but they 7,659 to 40,084 square feet Development Inc. of 

recommended going ahead and a wastewater land Glenview. 



to the public by early 1991. 

The plan had been 
unanimously endorsed by 
both the Lake County 
Regional Planning 
Commission and the Lake 
County Planning and 
Zoning Committee 
although not without some 
criticism. 

The Regional Planning 
Commission was concerned 
with the amount of trees 
that have been cut down to 
make space for the golf 
course as well as how much 
pollution will come from 
the chemicals used on the 
golf course. 

The Planning and Zoning 
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with the red tags attached to 
the development plan. 

"The contractors failed to 
get a site development 
permit from the 
Environmental Control 
Dept. for the residential 
portion even though they 
have one for the golf course 
portion. Plus, they need to 
get a permit for installing 
an irrigation system for 
pump houses, for gas 
storage tanks and one for 
remodeling a barn," said 



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St. Peter's 
sets rummage 
extravaganza 

Su Peter's Council of Catholic Women 
is sponsoring it's annual rummage sale in 
Antioch. The sale will be held on 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 21, 
22, and 23. 

Donations of antiques, collectibles, 
clean clothes, working appliances, dishes, 
glassware, furniture, sports equipment, 
etc. will be gratefully appreciated 

All donations my be brought to the 
school on Friday, June IS through 
Wednesday, June 20. For more 
information call Claudette Skvarce at 
(708)396-6744. 




Bank golfers 

The State Bank of Antioch Ladies 
Golf League enjoyed golf and a luncheon 
at the Spring Valley Golf Club on 
Tuesday. Prizes were given for high 
putts, on May 8 to Elfriede Hanson, 
Joan Lichter, Marge Warner and Delores 
Abderholden. Prizes for low gross minus 
putts on May 22 were given to Joan 
Casey, Lois Ginter, Lorraine Toton and 
Jan Hagstrom. On May 29, prizes were 
given for low putts to Nancy Zitkus, 
Joan Lichier, Al vera Morgan and Delores 
Abderholden. Next golf luncheon will be 
held on June 26. 




Recycling buys rain forest land 



The ACE Group of gifted students at Emmons Grade 
School collected $70 by recycling aluminum cans and with 
the money purchased over two acres in a rain forest in 
Guatemala from the Nature Conservancy. With teacher Pat 



Botting are gifted students, not as pictured, Jessica 
Gillengerten, Audra Miles, Laura Deutsch, Rene Towns 
Britt McCallum and Jane Steffenburg. — Photo by Gloria 
Davis. 



Tomer gets hel p 

Grass Lake Board renews 4th grade teacher contract 



by GLORIA DAVIS 

Lakeland Newspapers 

The Grass Lake School Board has an- 
nounced the hiring of a new administrator 
to replace the present administrator, An- 
thony Przeklasa. 

The new administrator that will take over 
on July 1 is Ruth Bill, who comes to 
Grass Lake from Dist. 109 Bridge view 
School in Bridgeview, IU. 

At present, Przeklasa is interviewing for 
another position. 

At a special board meeting last week, the 
board took steps to calm the controversy 
over the consolidation of the two third 
grade classes, the elimination of a fourth 
grade classroom, and the non-renewal of 
the contract of one fourth grade teacher, 
Dave Tomer. 

At that special meeting, in a unanimous 
move,, the board voted to hold to the 



decision to put both of this year's third 
grade classrooms into one fourth grade 
classroom next year. . 

The board also voted to rehire Tomer to 
teach the 31 students in that classroom. 

But to appease parents that think that 31 
is too many students in one classroom, 
and also to make sure that the children re- 
ceive a proper education, the board voted 
to have Barbara Coya, a reading specialist 
teach reading in that classroom and act as 
a remedial reading consultant for the entire 
school, taking on the reading leadership of 
the school. 

Opponents of the one fourth grade plan 
were intending to attend the next board 
meeting with a big show of opposition to 
the board's decision before the above deci- 
sion was handed down. 

In other business, the board: 

— hired Ken Wicrschem as the school 



district treasurer for 1990-91; 

— accepted the bid of Midwest Transit 
for the purchase of a 71 -passenger 
Chevrolet Blue Bird school bus. With a 



$12,500 trade in, the bus will cost $19. 
305; 

— rescheduled the regular June board 
meeung to Monday, June 1 1. 



Christian women plan 
luncheon, bake sale 



Antioch Christian Women's Club will 
hold its luncheon on Thursday, June 21 
from noon to 2:30 p.m. -at the Landmark 
Restaurant located on Rte. 173, Antioch. 

An invitation is being extended to all 
women who would enjoy a "Trash to 
Treasurers and Bake Sale Pleasures" 
luncheon. A special feature demonstration 
of creative decorating with garage sale 
finds will be given. Because of the bake 



sale the luncheon will begin a half hour 
earlier. 

Special music guest will be Sherri 
Romani. The luncheon will conclude with 
speaker Mary Bonn from Springfield. 

There will be a free nursery. Those 
wanting more information and to make 
reservations may call Rcnee (708)395- 
1281 or Tina (708)395-4834. 
Reservations by Thursday, June 14 
essential. 



Advisory board seeks 
opinions on park district 



The Antioch Park Dist. Advisory 
Board, preparing to organize a campaign 
to pass a referendum to establish a park 
district in the Antioch area community, 
mailed out surveys to Antioch Twp. 
residents to evaluate the public's opinion 
on the issue. 

"We are trying to measure public 
opinion on the idea of park districts," 



says Tom Shaugtinessy, chairman of the 
Advisory Board. "We want to see which 
township areas would be most interested 
in a park district system." 

The survey requests that residents reply 
with a convenient, postage-paid post card 
by June 8. People may also drop reply 
cards off at the village hall in Antioch. 



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Donates truck to ACHS 

Raymond Chevy donates a $20,000 1990 Chevy Silverado 4x4 pickup truck to 
the technical ed classes at ACHS. At the key presenting ceremony are, in rear 
from left, Rollie Schleuserier, tech ed chairman; Bob Szczepanski, power 
mechanics teacher; Dave Baker; Marty Geweki and Mark Scarce Hi Jr., all of 
Raymond Chevy. In front from left, are Art Blecke, ACHS principal; Ray Scarpelli, 
owner Raymond Chevy; Ray Scarpelli Jr., Raymond's general manger and Dale 
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Bury-Habermehl 

Lonna Bury, daughter of George and 
the late June Bury of Lake Villa, and 
Alan 0. Habcrmchl, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Robert Habcrmchl are engaged to 
be married. A late summer wedding is 
being planned. 

The bride-to-be is. a graduate of St. 
Peter's School of Antioch, and Antioch 
Community High School, and received 
her bachelor of science degree from the 
Univ. of Wisconsin-White Water and 
her master's and doctorate degrees from 
Northern Illinois Univ. She is on the 
staff of the Wisconsin DepL of Forensic 
Psychology in Madison, Wis. 

The groom-to-be received his bachelor 
of science degree and juris doctor degrees 
from the Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. 
He is a partner in the firm of Kalal and 
Habcrmchl, which specialized in 



criminal law at the local, state and 
federal levels. 

The couple plan to reside in 
Middlcton, Wis. 





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Dist. 34 salutes grads 



Lonna Bury and 
Alan Habermehl 



Smith joins directors 
of Antioch State Bank 



Randolph S. Miles, 
president of State Bank of 
Antioch has announced the 
appointment of Claude M. 
Smith to the bank's board 

of directors. Smith is 
president of Antioch Gasket 
& Mfg. Co. and secretary- 
treasurer of Nil-Way 
Speaker Products, Inc. of 
Antioch, a firm started by 

his father, Claude D. 
Smith, in 1952 in Franklin 
Park. The family operation 
expanded to a second 
location in Antioch in 
1969. Both locations 



Antioch with wife Ann, and 
sons, Brian, 16, David 13, 
and Stephen, 11. 



employ a total of 160 
people. Claude is a 1968 
graduate of Maine West 
High School, Dcs Plaincs, 
and a West Point graduate, 
class of 1972. He is past 

vice president of Antioch 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry, past vice president 
and board member of 
Oakwood Knolls Assn., 

current chairman of Ducks, 

Unlimited, member Rotary 

Club of Antioch and St. 

Peter's Church, Antioch/ 

"Mike" as his is known in 

the community, resides in Claude Smith 



The Antioch Community 
Consolidated School 
District 34 has announced 
its 1990 graduates. 

These graduating students 
are as follows: 

Michelle Adamailis, Tamara 
Allen, Candico Allgaeucr, 
Karen Anderson, Benjamin 
Antonelli, Tina Atwell, Sarah 
Ayfc, Adam Bakkcr, James 
Barrett, Heather Bartclson, 
Amy Baumunk, Miranda 
Beaver, Natalie Bednarczyk, 
Anhcla Beddcr, Melanie 
Bcljacff, Aaron Bell, Kimberly 
Benes, Daniel Betkc, John 
Bettasso III, Barbara Blake, 
Charles, Bradley, Heather 
Bradley, Matthew Brogan, 
Jonathan Camp, Chcric 
Cannon, Perry Cathcy, 
Jeremiah Chase, Ryan Cogdill, 
Christine Colby, Kirstcn 
Cramer, Harry Cramond, 
Vincent Dabrowske, Deann 
Dagens, Dawn Daus, Jamie 
Davis, Ryan Davis, James 

Dawe, Reid Deckert, Michele 
Eckstein, Mart Eichhom, Mane 
Encvoid, Sarah English, Helen 
Exarhados, Jonathan Rood, 
Jacob Ford, Jason Forrest, 
Audrey Forth, Thomas Furian, 
Keri Gaa, Jeremy Garbacz, ryan 



Carrett, Sara Gcdvilas, 
Anthony Gcdvilic, Daniel 
Gcntlman, Amy Glenn, 
Stephen Glover, Mary Gooch, 
Damon Goodson, Timothy 
Grabowski, Genavievc Grant, 
Samantha Gunn, Thomas Gust, 
Christopher ■ Haag, Nicole 
Hallwas, Amy Hammer, Dina 
Hart, Jennifer Headrick, 
Nicholas Hcclein, Robert 
Hcidcn, John Herrcra, Lisa 
Hey wood, Gina Howrly, Kathy 
Holmes, Daniel Hubcr, Scan 
Hyland, Maranda Jacobscn, 
Benjamin Hansky, Barbara 
Jasinski, • Adam Jennings, 
James. Justus Jr., Christian 
Kabel, Kristie Kacen, Tiffany 
Karg, Jcreme Katzel, Deana 
Kelley, Jessica Kellcy, Patricia 

Kendziora, Dustin King, 
Elizabeth Klauss, Scotl Koch, 
Brian Kowalski, Jolene Koziol, 
shelley Kudingo, Martin Kuhn, 
Derek Lang, Cortney Larsen, 
Todd Lazansky, Jayme 
Leonhart, Karen Lepianka, 
Daniel Leaner, April Lunsford, 

Sara Lutz, Kimberly Lynch, 
Noah MacCallum, Craig 
Martin, Eric Mason, Christine 
Mazzio, Christopher Modra, 
Clifford Moore, Jeremy 
Mueller, Ross Mueller, David 



Murphy, Kelly Nauertz, Marci 
Nehlsin, Nicole Neibert, 
Christine Nelson, Daniel 
Nerroth, James Niemczyk, 
Maureen Pankauskas, Jason 
Pederson, Matthew Persman, 
Pamela Petersen,- Aaron 
Peterson, Kirstcn Peterson, 
Christopher Petykowski, 
Joshua Pompeo, Melissa Pratt, 
Joshua Punko, Josh Rompp, 
Lori Rentsch, Amber Robbins, 
Jeffrey • Rodriguez, Carrie 
Rowland,; Julie Sadowski, 
Heather Schaffer, Marcy 
Schemer, Keltic Scollay, 
Robert Scroggin ID, Michael 
Shea, Karl Siebel, Ernest 
Slavik IV, Janathan Smith, 
Bryon Sonnenberg,- Kevin 
Spiegl, Susan Stan], Melissa 
Stefanski, Tracy Stein,. Kelly 
Steward, Kimberly Steward, 
Sean Stortzum, '.Jason 
Strelowm Laurie Suchecki, 
Kelly Sullivan, Jeffrey Swierk, 
Amanda Szymantki, Dana 
Thompson, Kim Totter, 
Richard Turner, Matthew 
VanCleve, Jason Van Haecke, 
John Wais. Jeffrey Weber, 
Richard Weber, ' Sean 
Weeks/Linders, Shane 
Whipple, Daniel Wise, Sarah 
Witbrod, Sean Wolfe, and 
Jennifer Zimmer. 




School introduces 'Buddies' 



Ac a Kindergarten Get 
Together held on Thursday, 
May 24 at Grass Lake 
School, Kindergarten Bud- 
dies, which was conceived 
by Judy Fechtner, was in- 
troduced to the 1990-1991 
kindergarten initiates. 

Kindergarten Buddies is a 
special program which pairs 
each of the 1990-1991 



eighth graders with a unique 
kindergarten member. A 
picture was taken of each 
pair and the picture was 
then given to the kinder- 
gartner as a friendly re- 
minder. 

On the first day of school, 
it is the eighth graders re- 
sponsibility to meet their 



Kindergarten Buddy and help 
them over the rough edges 
of their first day of school. 
The Kindergarten Get To- 
gether was held in the 
kindergarten room and its 
purpose was to introduce 
the young people and their 
parents to each other, their 
school, the class room, and 
Mrs. Rubash, their teacher. 



Eight more vying for Little Miss Antioch 



Little Miss Antioch 
applications just keep float- 
ing into the parks and 
recreation office. In fact, the 
deadline is June 8 at 5 p.m. 
so anyone interested must 
contact Theresa at (708)395- 
2160. 

Something new this year 
includes the possibility to 
compete at the Lake County 
Fair, The 1990 Little Miss 
Antioch winner will 
compete at the county level, 
July 26. 



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Miss Antioch applica- 
tions arc coming in a little 
slow. Several young ladies 
have taken applications, yet 
have not returned with 
them. Remember, the date 
of the pageant this year is 
June 23 at 6:30 p.m. 
New Little Miss Antioch 
contestants include: Andrea 
Gross, Sandi Ellen, 
Danielle Stahl, Jessica 
Jacobs, Jennifer Dziki, 
Tiffany Robinson, Lindsey 
Ogdcn, and Heather Zcman. 




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Gracelsnd Baptist Church, 256 Ida St.. Antiodi, IK. 
Sunday School 11:00 am, Morning Wor&hip 11. ■00 am, 
Sunday Evening 7:00 p.m Robot Wvliams, Pastor 

First Church of Christ, Scientist A Reading Rm, Foe. 
173 and Harden, Antioch. Phone (708) 395-1196. Sunday 
School, Sunday Church Santa 1030 am. Wednesday, 
B.-00 p.m. 

Calvary Baptist Church, 554 Parkway, Phone (706) 395- 
3393. Sunday School, 10 am Sunday Worship 113Q0 
am. and 7 p.m. Pastor, Rev. Lloyd G. Moss. Jr. 

St. Ignatius Episcopal, 983 Main St. Phone (708) 395- 
0652. Serves 7^0 am low Mas*, 930 am Hfch Mass, 
Sunday School 930 am ,\ 

Antioch Evangallcal Frao Church Tiffany Rd. Phona 
(708) 395-4117. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday 
Worship 8:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.: Children's Church 
11:00 am. Nursery both services Awana Club, 630 p.m. 
Wednesday. 

St Sttphin Lutheran Church, Hlakfe & Rts. 59. Phone 
(708) 395-3359. Sunday Worshk>, 8:00 A 1030 am 
Church School 9:15 am, Sunday. Rev. Charles E. Miter, 
Pastor. 

Christian Ufa Fellowship AssembliH of Good Church. 
41625 Deep Lake Rd., Antioch; IL Phone 305-8572. 

Dan Dugmntke, 

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Sunday School (all agea) 9:00 a.m., Sunday Morning 
Worship 10:00 a.m., Children's Church 10:00 a.m., 
Sunday Evening Worship 630 pm. Wednesday Worship 
A Children's Program 7:00 p.m., Tues, Women's 
Fellowship & Btote Study 9.-00-1130 am Jeff Brussaly, , 
Pastor. 

Fetth Evangelical Lutheran, 1275 Main St., Phone (708) 
395-1660. Sunday Worship 800 A 1030 am Sunday 
School. 925 am M on. 7:00 pm Rev. Dar aid Gruen, Rev. 
Gregory Hemunson. Pastors. Christian Day School (708) 
395-1664. 

Mlllburn Congregational United Church of Christ, 
Grass Lake Rd. at Rta 45 Phone (70S) 356-5237, Sunday 
service 1030 am Children's program 1030 am Rev. 
Paul fc atettzar, Pastor. 

United Uathodlst Church ol Antioch, 848 Main St. 
Phone (708) 395-1259. Church Al Worsrup 630 & 10:45 
am Study 930 am. The Rev. Darren 0. English, Pastor. 

St Peter's Church, 557 W. Lake St., Antioch Phone 
(708) 385-0274. Masses weekdays, 7:15 A 8.00 am, 
Sunday 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m. A 12:15 p.m. 
Saturday 530 p.m Pastor Rev. Father Lawrence Hanley. ' 

"Chain of Lakas Community Bible Church, V.F.W. 
Building: North Ave. Phone (708) 356-2090. Sunday 
Service 930 am. -6*0 pm, Nursery Provided: Children's 
Church during morning worship. Pastor Don Sweeting. 

Director 

Community Service By 



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by LIZ SCHMEHL 

(708)395-5386 
Birthday Wishes 

Once again I will begin 
this column with an enor- 
mous birthday , greetings' 
list. The following people 
will be celebrating birthdays 
during the month of June. 

Please join me in wish- 
ing then all a very happy 
June birthday: Angela 
Burke, Jennifer Burke, 
Jenny Cordis, Rich Chclcr- 
bok, Danny Clarke, Laura 
Falcone, Margaret Fraycr, 
Nicky Galdine, Vinnie Gal- 
dine, Craig Hancock, 
Cheryl Henning, Clarissa 
Kasprzak, John Kasprzak, 
Greg Laube, Kjerstcn 
Martens, Heather Mastalerz, 
Holly Mastalerz, Marlcne 
Olsen, Bill Parcnti, Bertha 
Schmehl, Pat Sherwood, 
Chris Smoody, De De 
Schnehl, Jana Strahan, 
Justin Ward, and last but 
not least a special June 26th 
birthday wish is extended to 
Darlene Olenick (who is an 
awful lot older than I am). 
Have fun on your special 
day — everyone!! 

Cameron grows up 

Speaking of getting 
older, I sure had fun chit 
chatting with Cameron 
Martz the other day at the 
Village Hall. However, 
when I discovered 
Cameron's age it, in turn, 
aged me drastically. It 
seems like yesterday that I 
remember Cameron roam- 
ing the halls of Grass Lake 
School and here he is all 



grown up and an employee 
of the Village of Antioch. 

I am sure some of you 
know who Cameron is and 
often see him in the Anti- 
och parades as he drives 
along in his re-conditioned 
old fashioned car. Restoring 
old cars is a hobby 
Cameron enjoys with his 
dad, Bob Martz, and his 
friend Pat Sikorski. It was 
nice talking with you, 
Cameron. Keep up the good 
work for the Village and I'll 
see you in an about town as 
you drive around sporting 
your latest renovated car. 

Engagement 

One more Grass Lake 
area resident who has grown 
into a fine young man is 
Richard Lengvenis. Richard 
is the son of Harry and Sue 
Lengvenis and they are ex- 
cited oyer his recent en- 
gagement to Barbara Sheen 
of Antioch. Barbara and 
Richard will be married on 
Aug. 4 in a ceremony at St 
Peter's church. After the 
honeymoon, they plan to 
set up residence in the An- 
tioch area. 

Antioch Rescue Squad 
■ Did you all receive the 
recent letter from the Anti- 
och Rescue Squad remind- 
ing us of all the fine ser- 
vices they provide for us in 
time of need. I did, and I 
just want to remind you the 
Squad is manned by volun- 
teers and is aided in funds 
by individual contributions. 
Please show the Rescue 
Squad support by 



contributing as much as 
you can to them. Even a $5 
donation helpsl If everyone 
in Antioch contribution. 
Please give what you can to 
support our Rescue Squad. 
Proposed Park District 
Antiochians, please take 
a moment to read over the 
information recently mailed 
to you concerning the pro- 
posed Antioch Community 
Park District. I got a lot of 
positive information from 
the brochure. Also, please 
fill out the enclosed 
stamped post card and mail 
it back to the Park District 
Board as soon as possible. I 



If you have any of the 
following items to donate 
to the rummage sale, please 
drop them off at the school 
from Friday, June 15, 
through Wednesday, June 
20. "Clean usable clothes, 
furniture, dishes, col- 
lectable, antiques, etc." The 
chair people of the sale are 
Claudettc Skvarce and Lee 
McKinney. Sec you there, 
remember I like garage sales 
and rummage sales! It •-: s 
Graduation 

On Sunday, May 20, 
Tricia Olenick graduated 
from a school "somewhere 
in Kenosha, WI" (I was told 



was Tricia's Grass Lake and 
.Antioch High School 
classmate, Laurie Chetcr- 
bok. The bus boy was Lau- 
rie's brother Rich Chcter- 
bok. It was truly a special 
day as we all congratulated 
Tricia and also wished Mary 
and Mike much 'success 
with Nolans. As I write 
this tidbit, I am reminded 



About fifty parents and 
relatives were on hand each 
day to enjoy the program 
put on by all of the students 
and to see the five year olds 
march in procession to re- 
ceive their diplomas. They 
wore red gowns and caps 
trimmed with white collars 
and white tassels. After- 
wards, the students and 



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how quickly time passes. It teachers enjoyed a picnic 
seems like yesterday that lunch and exchanged a lot of 
Tricia and Laurie were in hugs to enjoy the summer 
kindergarten at GLS with and the year ahead in 
my third daughter, Karen. I kindergarten for the gradu- 
guess time flics when you 
are having fun — or getting 
old! . . 





think it would be nice to 
have improved and extended 
programs for not only our 
youths, but also for young 
adults and senior citizens. 
So take a moment to share 
your views on a Park Dis- 
trict with the Park's Advi- 
sory Board. 
Rummage Sales 

If you enjoy rummage 
sales, circle the dates June 
21,22, and 23 on your cal- 
enders as St Peter's School 
in Antioch will be holding 
a rummage sale on that 
Thursday, Friday, and Sat- 
urday. The hours of the sale 
will be 8:30 a.m. until 8 
p.m. on Thursday and Fri- 
day, and until 3 p.m. on 
Saturday. 



the name of the school sev- 
eral times,' but since I didn't 
write it down, guess who 
has a lousy memory?) Tri- 
cia is now qualified to be a 
real live dental assistant. 

m 

After the graduation 
ceremony, Tricia, her mom, 
Darlene, Daddy, Robert, 
sisters, Dcanna and Missy, 
and friends, Craig Maicr, 

Norm Waldon, Marie, Ray 1 , 
Kelly and Jenny Brausam, 
and Liz, Jim, and Jimmy 
Schmehl, gathered at the 
new Grass Lake area restau- 
rant "Nolans on the Lake." 

The proprietors of 
Nolans are old time family 
friends, Mary and Mike 
Nolan. The waitress on duty 



ales. 

Honors for Harris 

Jenny Harris, a graduat- 
ing senior at ACHS, re- 
ceived all conference honors 
in Softball and all academic 
in softball. She was also 
nominated for senior girl 
athlete and in turn won the 
senior girl athlete's award 
for 1989-90. She received a 
plaque and a $400 scholar- 



Breakfast 

On Monday, May 21, 
the Grass Lake School staff 
hosted an appreciation 
breakfast for the TAP vol- 
unteers and room mothers. 
A tasty menu was prepared 
by the head cook, Gaylc 
Milowski, and assistant 

cook, Sandy Gilday. Joan ship. In addition to being a 
Larson and Helen Olcchny f"mc athlete, Jenny also ac- 
assistcd in the setting of the complishcd high academic 
tables and setting up a achievement as she main- 
serving tray of coffee and taincd a 4.0 grade point av- 
swects to enjoy. It was a cra 8 c throughout her four 
nice ending to a cooperative years at ACHS. Jenny also 
year of the TAP volunteers, graduated Grass Lake grade 
room mothers and teachers school wi ^ honors prior to 
all working together for the entering ACHS. 

benefit of the school. : \ . ■ . , - . 

Jenny was inducted into 

Camp Crayon the National Honor Society. 

The Camp Crayon pro- Congratulations, Jenny, 

gram offered by the Antioch your family is very proud of 

Park and Recreation De- you as are your many 

partment celebrated class friends from the Grass Lake 

graduations on Monday,, community. Good luck in 

May 21 and Tuesday, May college, I am sure you will' 

22. be successful there too. 



Library to close June 11-16 



The week of June 1 1-16 the Antioch 
Public Library will be closed. The staff 
will take an inventory of its holdings. 

The library has over 55,000 items. 
The smaller collections such as cassettes, 
records; pro-books, videos, parenting, 
reference and the Antioch historical 



collection will be inventoried while the 
library is open, but due to large holdings 

of adult fiction, nonaction, and juvenile 
books, the library must close for a week. 

The bookdrops will remain open for 
the public's convenience. 



Grass Lake names graduates 



The Grass Lake School 
District 36 has announced 
their 1990 graduates. 

The graduates are as 
follows: Todd Michael 



Corcoran, Adam Keith Day, 
Jo-Arm Elizabeth DUlard, Amy 
L. Dogan, Cristina Flores, 
Anthony C. Gardin, Jeffrey A. 
Gembara, Rene' Michelle 
Goira, Angeline Megan Grob, 
Andrews, Alexandra Lynn Clarissa Rose Kasprzak, Jason 
Arnold, Michail James R. Kaufmaim, Daniel H. Kick, 
Bradley, Karen Lynn Celkis, April Lynn Denise Kleich, 
Melissa Ann Cole, Alicia Shea Jenny J. Kocal, Gary D. Lanz , 



Amy Jo Martin, James M. 
Mazzuca, Corey J. Misch, 
Jennifer Darlene Mosier, 

William Patrick ODonnell, 
Victoria Lynn Quinlan, Karen 
Marie Rogers, Jennifer Kristi 

Santiemmo, Jassica Lanore 
Constance Stella, and Lane C. 
Summers. 




Top ACHS typists 




Completion of all-year competition at ACHS found typing winners in the upper 
level classes. From left are, Chrissy Van Horn, Joann O'Connell, teacher, and 
Jen Bullens 



Chamber of Commerce goes golfing 



The Antioch Chamber of Commerce held its first golf outing last month to thank 
members of the chamber for their work. From left, Jack Thelen president of the 
chamber, Allan Robbins, secretary, and Robert Kuzlik, a board of directors 
member, took part In the outing held at the Antioch Golf Course and Club. 




They're the type 

At the lower level of ACHS typing classes, in year-long competition, winners are, 
from left, Diana. Schmidtke, Susan Groth, teacher, and Lori Cunningham. — 
Photo by Gloria Davis. 



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removed to make the grade, 
was used to Hit the , 
lowlands and wetlands, 
which is where the problem 
homes are located. 

Shincflug said the village 
has been withhold building 
permits until adequate 
progress has been made in 
repairing the homes. In 
addition, the village board is 
considering cashing a letter 
of credit, which would make 
money available to finish 
public improvements. 
Shincflug said cashing the 
letter of credit would not be 
much aid to the 
• homeowners, since the 
money is for the public 
areas of the development. 

"They (Northficid) made 
commitments to make 
public improvements by 
July 31, but that's only for 
the public areas," said Tim 
Wells, Antioch village 
administrator. 

The village met with 
Northficid Development, 
the developers of Pine Hill 
Lakes, this week. 

"We hope to hear how 
they will correct the 
problems and who will be 
in charge," said Shincflug. 

"I think wc;d like to know 
generally where they stand," 
said Wells. 

Problems experienced by 
the residents of Pine Hill 
Lakes include: 

— cracked and sinking 
foundations in four houses; 

— a cracked foundation in 
one house; 

— flooding; 

— sewage back-up; 

— driveway complaints on 
nine lots. 

There may be some 
problems for North field's 
needed repairs, because its 
bank has recently requested 



a reorganization of the 
company and may not 
continue its service if not 
happy with the situation. 

"The bank has requested 
that they do some 
reorganization, then it's up 
to the, bank if they're not 



satisfied," said Wells. 

One neighbor of the Pine 
Hill Lakes development, 
Jim Hironimus, also a 
biology teacher at Highland 
Park High School, said the 
environmental impact on 
the area has been profound. 



"It's* changing the habitat 
It's not like it was before," 
he said. "I'm trying to pre- 
serve this area." 

Hironimus, along with 
Lake County Dtst 4 Board 
member Suzi Schmidt, said 
the water is in danger from 




the nearby development 

"" Whenever you do a 
development, whenever 
there's people who want to 
fertilize their lawns, it also 
fertilizes the lakes," said 
Schmidt "The environment 
has been severally impacted 
over there." 

Schmidt, who opposed the 
development from the 
beginning, will be asking 
the Army Corps of 
Engineers, which has ju- 
risdiction over the wetlands, 
to reevaluate the situation at 
Pine Hill Lakes. 

Hironimus claims that 
Northficid Development 
filled in more than the 
allotted one acre of wetlands 



at Pine Hill Lakes, and the 
"soil settling conditions" 
described by Wells are may 
be due to this. He blames 
the Corps of. Engineers for 
the problems of the 
development 

"I would say absolutely 
(the Army Corps of 
Engineers) is responsible," 
said Hironimus. 

"This is a crime," said 
Schmidt "It's a crime of the 
environment, the people 
that bought land in there, 
and the current residents." 

"Some of these people, 
this is their whole life 
savings, and now their 
homes are cracking and 
sinking," Schmidt said. 



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Pine Hill Lakes before 
the developing began. 
One neighbor to the 
area, Jim Hironimus, said 
the development filled in 
a large amount of the 
swampy wetlands area 
(center) and is currently 
threatening the ecology 
of the area. Residents of 
Pine Hill Lakes living in 
the now-filled area are 
having problems with 
their homes sinking and 
cracking. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

I, J. Kroot hereby give 
notice of my Intention to 
form an insurance company 
to be known as Unique 
Insurance Company to be 
located in Lake County, 
Illinois, to transact the 
kinds of insurance 
business defined In Clause 
(3)E of Class 3 of Section 4 
of the Illinois Insurance 
Code. 

590D-451-AR 
May 25, 1990 
June 1,1990 
June 8, 1990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
REGULAR MEETINGS 

The First Fire Protection District of Antioch Township 
will hold their regular monthly public meetings on the 
Second Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the 
Fire Safety Building, 835 Holbek Dr., Antioch, Illinois 
60002 commencing with the June, 1990 meeting and 
thereafter. The next regular meeting will be held on June 
14, 1990. All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Frank J. Benes 

Secretary 

First Fire Protection District 

of Antioch Township 

690B-509-AR 

June 8, 1990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
REGULAR MEETINGS 

The Antioch Fire Department will hold their regular 
monthly public meetings on the Second Tuesday of 
every month at 7:30 p.m. In the Fire Safety Building, 
835 Holbek Dr., Antioch, Illinois 60002 commencing 
with the June, 1990 meeting and thereafter. The next 
regular meeting will be held on June 12, 1990. All 
interested persons are invited to attend. 

William Carney 

Chief 

Antioch Fire Department 

690B-508-AR 

June 8, 1990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

The following parcels of property, acquired through 
the Tax Sale Certificate Program, are being offered for 
sale by the County of Lake. 

Written bids should be submitted to the County of 
Lake, Tax Extension Department, Room 601, 18 N. 
County St., Waukegan, Illinois, 60085. 

Bids received will be retained for 30 days after the 
initial bid. After completion of the 30 day period, the 
County has the right to accept the highest bid or to 
reject it if the amount is insufficient or if the sate would 
not be in the best interest of Lake County Taxpayers. 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
22085 W. CaMn Drive 
22135 W.Calvin Drive 
22147 W. Calvin Drive 
22221 W. Calvin Drive 
22225 W. Calvin Drive 
22233 W. Calvin Drive 
22241 W. Calvin Drive 
41508 N. Highway 59 
40982 N. Ridge Circle 
22085 W. Sarana Drive 

22099 W. Sarana Drive 

22100 W. Sarana Drive 

221 13 W. Sarana Drive 

22114 W. Sarana Drive 

221 19 W. Sarana Drive 

22120 W. Sarana Drive 

22129 W. Sarana Drive 

22130 W. Sarana Drive 

22135 W. Sarana Drive 

22136 W. Sarana Drive 

22147 W. Sarana Drive 

22148 W. Sarana Drive 
22120 W.Virell Drive 



60002 
02-21-405-011 
02-21-405-006 
02-21-405-005 
02-21-404-015 
02-21-404-014 
02-21-404-013 
02-21-404-012 
02-18-200-021 
02-21-204-007 
02-21-406-011 
02-21-406-010 
02-21-405-022 
02-21-406-009 
02-21-405-021 
02-21-406-008 
02-21-405-020 
02-21-406-007 
02-21-405-019 
02-21-406-006 
02-21-405-018 
02-21-406-005 
02-21-405-017 
02-21-406-021 
Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 
690B-480-AR 
June 8, 1990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

TRUSTEE'S REPORT 

FIRST FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 

ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 

FIRST FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT OF THE 

TOWNSHIP OF ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 

MAY 1, 1989 TO APRIL 30, 1990 



ALL FUNDS 



Cash on Hand 

Receipts from County Collector 

Personal Property Replacement Tax 

Interest 

Otier/Transters 



EXPENDITURES 



1989 
May 9 



Dennis R. Volting 

PR Communications 

Great Lakes Fire a Safety Equipment Co. 

LaSalle National Bank 

Fire Protection Publications 

Sorensen Insurance 

Fox Valley Fire & Safety Co. 

Antioch Electric Motor & Supply Co. \ 

BuCom, Inc. 

Fagel EMS Specialties 

Pedersen GMC 

Illinois Association of Fire Protection Districts 
June 9 Lakeland Newspapers 

Sunrise Business Mart, Inc. . 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 

Great Lakes Fire & Safety Equipment Co. 

Sorensen Insurance 

MA.B. Enterprises, Inc. 

Wiley Distributing 

Rosco Laboratories, Inc. 

Biller Press 

Garmoe Distributing, Inc. 

Kirkpatrick & Dahl, P.C. 

Jaeger Premium Battery Co. 
July 14 Canvas Specialists 

Antioch Postmaster 

Lasco's Florist 

Lakeland Newspapers 

Motorola, Inc. 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
August 1 1 Antioch Electric Motor ft Supply Co. 

Lakeland Newspapers 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
September 15 Village of Antioch - 1 /2 Share Expenses 

Bank of Waukegan - Transfer of Funds 
October 13 PR Communications 

John Carlson 

RussUsoo 

Frank Moser 



$157,350.60 

378,203.09 

1,075.83 

22,800.86 

91.277.74 

$650,708.12 



$450.00 
35.15 
105.25 
8,935.00 
23.00 
351.00 
.60.61 
26.60 
19.00 
• 34.75 
25.99 
125.00 
278.32 
116.00 
955.50 
273.83 
2,140.00 
31.65 
37.50 
39.49 
19.50 
277.36 
2,200.00 
119.98 
98.00 
28.00 
53.25 
375.43 
2,395.00 
990.12 
12.66 
238.92 
773.70 
3,568.04 
75,000.00 
559.00 
350.00 
350.00 
350.00 



October 19 
October 24 
November 10 

December 15 



January 3 
January 12 
February 9 



March9 



Frank Benes 
Frank Benes 
Wiliam Carney 
James Lumber 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Lake Villa Fire Department 
Patti Sikorski 
LaSalle National Bank 
Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Village of Antioch - Reimbursement of Firemen's Wages 
Midwest Apparatus ft Equipment, Inc. 
Illinois Municipal League 
GFE, Inc. 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. 
Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Russ Lasco, Sr . 
PR Communications 
Upholstery by John 

Illinois Association of Fire Protection Districts 
Canvas Specialists 

Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Wiliam Carney 
GFE, Inc. 
Awards by Kaydan 
Sorensen Insurance 
BuCom, Inc. 

Village of Antioch - Yearly Dispatching 
Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expenses 
Russ Lasco, Sr. 
Frank Moser 
Frank Benes 
Frank Benes 
Wiliam Carney 
James Lumber 
Village of Antioch 
Village of Antioch 
GFE, Inc. 

Lake County Truck Sales ft Service, Inc. 
Village of Antioch - 1/2 Share Expense 
Village of Antioch - Reimbursement of liability Ins. 
/ $449,619.54 

I, Frank J. Benes, Secretary and Treasurer of the First Fire Protection District of 
Antioch Township, Lake County, Illinois do hereby solemnly swear that the above and 
foregoing report contains a full and true statement of the monies belonging to the First 
Fire Protection District of Antioch received by us, and all the disbursements made on 
account thereof, during the period of May 1st, 1989 to April 30, 1990, inclusive, to the 
best of my knowledge,- information and belief, 
Frank J. Benes, Secretary/Treasurer 
Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 1 1th day of May, 1990 

Shirley GutowskJ 
Notary Public 
My Commission expires July 17, 1990 
Dated May 11, 1990 

690B-510-AR 
JuneS, 1990 



April 13 



1/2 Share Fire Safety BkJg. 
Reimbursement Clerk Fees 



350.00 
600.00, 
400.00 
1,820.49 
9,179.52 
100.00 
100.00 
59,089.81 
598.02 
33,911.64 
75.00 
89.63 
595.00 
3,523.03 
199,203.00 
3,581.26 
5.00 
601.17 
10.00 
300.00 
22.00 
910.74 
80.00 
1,335.16 
86.52 
351.00 
337.50 
1,200.00 
828.68 
350.00 
350.00 
350.00 
600.00 
400.00 
1,377.00 
7,275.92 
4,598.13 
470.47 
123.25 
2,526.78 
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High to host 
football, hoops camps 



Grayslake Community held from July 16-19 and 

High School will be 23-26 from 6 to 9 p.m. 

offering three sports camps Fee is $40 for the camp 

this summer. which will feature each day 

The football camp will be set aside to work on a phase 



FOOT 
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From The 
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of the game. A current 
physical examination is 
required 

Coach Greg Groth's 
basketball camp will meet 
in three sessions. The first 
will be for sixth, seventh 
and eighth graders from June 
18 -July 1. Ninth and 10th 
graders will meet from July 
2 - 15. The camp for 11th 
and 12th graders will be 
from June 18 - July IS. 
Camps will meet on 
Monday, Tuesday and 
Sundays from 6 to 7:30 
p.m. 

Cost is $10 for sixth 
through eighth graders and 
$20 for 1 1th and 12th 
graders. The cost includes a 
camp t-shirt 

Grayslake is also offering a 
girls basketball camp for 
ninth through 12th graders. 
Featuring work in ball- 
handling, passing shooting 
defense and teamwork, the 
camp will meet June 18 - 
July 12 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. 
Mondays through 
Thursdays. Cost is $20 




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Welcoming Lester's 

Grayslake officials/including Mayor Marv Smith, center, and members of the 
Lester family cut ribbon during grand opening ceremony for Lester Material's 
Grayslake Landscape Center. The Grayslake facility, located off Rte. 83 is a full 
service location. For more information, call (708) 223-7000. 



A Serious Weight 

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Obesity is a serious disease 

that deserves a serious treatment. 

ThaeswhytheMEDIFASTT 

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supervision of our physician. 

The MEDIFASTT Program 

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The MEDIFAST Program 

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improvements in your health and 

appearance 

Once youVe lost your excess weight, our medical staff will also 

help you develop the Lifestyles' changes and nutritional practices 

necessary to maintaining your weight and health for the rest of 

your life. 

? So if you're serious about 

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In the past, the only way to remove this build-up was to 
rooter your pipes. An expensive, temporary measure. ; 



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into the gook. That is what allows it to liquefy even years of 
build-up. Plumb Clean will clean the entire length of your 
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Saves Money. A 1 lb. container of Plumb Clean holds up to 
41 drain treatments. Even if drain openers could fix slow 
drains, it would take over 10 quart bottles to get the same 
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Mueller-O'Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Hermann and Shirley 
Mueller of Lindenhurst, announce the 
engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth 
Marie* to Scott O'Sullivan of Antioch, 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and 
Karen O'Sullivan of Inglcsidc. 

The ceremony will be performed at 
St. Bcdc's Church in Inglcsidc on Sept. 
22. 

The bride- to-be is a 1986 graduate of 
Antioch Community High School and a 
1990 graduate of Illinois State Univ. 
and has a bachelor's degree in 
psychology. She is employed as a day 
care teacher for Red Balloon Nursery 
School Inc., in Lake Villa. 

The groom-to-be a 1985 graduate of. 
Carmel High School and a 1989 
graduate of' Barat College and has a 
bachelor's degree in business 



management He is employed as a loan 
officer trainee for State Bank of 
Antioch. 

The couple plans to settle in the 
Lake County area. 




Elizabeth Mueller and 
Scott O'Sullivan 



Forever Club luau June 21 



The Forever Young Club 
of Lake Villa met at the 
Lindenhurst Civic Center in 
May. The members enjoyed 
a luncheon by Brown's 
Chicken followed by an 
auction. Secretary Helen 
Bcagcr read the constitution 
and by-laws including' the 
changes being made. 

Ruth Rynders, president, 
announced the following 
schedule of events; July 19, 
picnic at the Lake Villa 
Twp. park; Aug. 16, 
elections of officers; and 
Sept 20, installation of 
officers and dinner at a place 
to be announced, at a later 
date. 

The next meeting of the 
Forever Young Club will 



be held at noon, on Cost is $4.50 which 
Thursday, June 21 at the includes cake and coffee. 

Reservations can be made 
Civic Center. It will be. a by calling Midge Lentine at 
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Board Certified 

FACTS ABOUT BUNIONS 



Both men and women can develop a bunion. A bunion 
is a swelling or enlargement of the large toe joint on the 
inner side of the foot The deformity usually develops 
gradually and continues to develop until it will cause 
pain from shoes rubbing against the enlarged bone. 
There may be swelling, redness and a deep aching pain 
' associated with the bunion joint causing a bursitis. 

Bunions develop from a weakness in the bona 
structure of your foot. Because the Instability of the 
bones and ligaments which form various joints and 
arches in your foot, the Joints have a tendency to move 
out of proper alignment. There Is also a strong 
hereditary tendency to develop this deformity. Bunion 
deformities can be seen In very young 'children as well 
as the adult population. Bunions are not caused by 
improper shoe gear, but are significantly aggravated by 
improperly fitting shoes which place an unusual degree 
of pressure at the bunion joint. As the bunion becomes 
more severe, the joint moves out of proper alignment 



and eventually arthritis will damage the joint. Several 
treatment options are available which help in controlling 
the cause of the bunion deformity so that symptoms do 
not arise or become more severe. These Include 
alteration of shoe gear, prescription orthotics. 

H the bunion deformity becomes progressively worse, 
surgery may be recommended.lf you are suffering from 
this condition, feel free to contact Dr. Lee Tisa for a no- 
cost consultation to discuss your condition. 

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For information said Ice Umcat 

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Lakelands COUNTY NEWS 



Geo-Karis 1 condemnation 



Stale Sen. Adeline J. Geo-Karis (R- 
Zion) has won Senate approval for a bill 
requiring approval of two-thirds of Lake 
County 'Board members before the Forest 
Preserve Dist can force owners of private 
property to sell their land. 

"The present law allowing a 
condemnation by a simple majority vote 
is riot in the best interests of Lake 
County, because it allows political 



passes Senate, House next 



gamesmanship in a procedure where Lake County by condemnation, it must 
common sense and reason should prevail,'' obtain the county board's consent by 
Sen. Geo-Karis said. "Condemnation is resolution and approval of at least two 



the' forced taking of someone's property, 
and it should be rarely and judiciously 

used." 

Sen. Geo-Karis said her legislation 
specifics that if the forest preserve wishes 
to acquire land in an unincorporated area of 



thirds of the total number entitled to sit 

on the board. 



Sen. Geo-Karis said her legislation 
would encourage the forest preserve to 
negotiate for land instead of resorting to 
condemnation. The bill now goes to the 
House for consideration. 



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ANTIOCH AUTO PARTS 



^asw* Reliably Serving The Community For 27 Years 

With so many auto parts stores in this area, why In the world would so many mechanics, as 
well as motorists recommend ANTIOCH AUTO PARTS so highly? The reasons are a large and 
professionally maintained stock of quality auto supplies and friendly personal service. 

Their management and employees are knowledgeable In aulo maintenance. And with the rates 
so high on auto repair, il generally makes good sense to perform such maintenance as lune ups 
yourself. 

They feature new and rebuilt auto parts for foreign and domestic vehicles on a wholesale or 
retail basis. Visit their Antloch location at Rtes. 83 & 173, or phone (708) 395-3660 or 
1-800-843-3211. 

The competent personnel at ANTIOCH AUTO PARTS realize that automotive competition is 
fierce and therefore, go out of their way to assure complete satisfaction. 

The writers of Ihls "Messages From Your Business Community" Section give ANTIOCH AUTO 
PARTS our complete recommendation. See them first for substantial savings. 



WftStS As consumers become more aware In terms of the 

®MsnagfMTI#nt environmental and ecological Impact of refuse disposal and 
rrf Laktt CmilttV containment Ihey realize that a' need for proper collecllon and 
< " WHt **^ w- * disposal does exist. 

In this area, WASTE MANAGEMENT OF LAKE COUNTY is leading the way in both facets of 
disposal service. Located In, Antloch at 22333 W. Hwy.173, phone 395-2020, Ihey specialize in 
industrial, commercial and residential refuse removal/ They are the area's largest provider o) 
residential recycling service. They have equipment to olfer competent and reliable services 
throughout this, entire area. Complete consultation services are available. 

WASTE MANAGEMENT OF LAKE COUNTY features commercial, Institutional and industrial 
container service In several sizes, as well as construction sile service and service to the trades. . 
Industrial compactors are available to Industries on either a purchase or lease program. WASTE 
MANAGEMENT also offers temporary fencing, office trailers, residential carl service and' 
Port-O-Let portable toilets. -. 

But, of course, the true picture in rubbish removal doesn't end with collection. WASTE 
MANAGEMENT OF LAKE COUNTY makes efforts to remain current In Ihe field of disposal as well. 
They have. kept abreast all the modern methods of disposal designed to help Improve our' 
environment. 

SALEM AUTO SERVICE 

Tim Oar wood - Gwnsr 
1 Advanced automotive technology necessitates a more professional approach to auto repairs 
and servicing. Locally, SALEM AUTO SERVICE Is a recommended auto repair. center where your 
guarantee of satisfaction lies In the fact that the. owner, Tim Garwood personally supervises- 
•very job. ,...-■ 

Their, shop is located at Highway 83 in Salem, phone 843-3636, and Is : fully- equipped with 
Ihe toots and machinery, to render total aulo service. Technicians employed here olier prompt, 
professional service including electronic lune ups. oil changes, electrical service, brake, shock 
and exhaust system repairs, engine and transmission service, etc. in fact, all of your preventive 
maintenance and minor repairs can be handled, at Ihls one convenient location. With -their 
extensive knowledge 5 and experience, they can perform repairs on all makes and' models of 
foreign and domestic cara'and light duty trucks. \, 

The writers of this "Messages From Your. Business Community" Section are pleased to 
recommend SALEM AUTO SERVICE. Whether you are In need of preventive maintenance or minor 
repairs, you can rest assured met you will receive the best in service at competitive prices 
when you place your confidence In Ihe pros at SALEM AUTO SERVICE. - v 



HORIZON 

Ronda Wapon & Don Drake - Owner* 

With travel as their business and service as their product, HORIZON TRAVEL is the place 
' where businesses, groups' and individuals go when (hey want the 'aid of a professional travel 
consultant. 

HORIZON TRAVEL features complete travel services, cruises, air travel, foroign and 
domestic tours, HORIZON TRAVEL (s now fully automated for prompt and accurate service. 

Buslnesspeople, if you or your corporation are planning a lengthy business excursion or just 
preparing for your day-to-day travel, let their friendly staff give you prompt, personal 
attention to all your travel needs. They can make your trip more enjoyable and relaxing with 
pre-arranged reservations for your (ravel accommodations and lours and they can have a car 
walling thero for you when you arrive If you need it. 

Horizon School of Trawl la now axcaptlng application* for tall anrotlmant. 

Call this reputable firm for fine service and honest representation. Remember to contact 
HORIZON TRAVEL, located at 334 E. Main In Twin Lakes, phone 877-2143. Thoy can make your 
trip as enjoyable and relaxing as you really want it to be. 

Serving The Area For 43 Years 

Construction companies both large and small in this area have learned to rely on 
THELEN-WILMOT to provide Ihem with approved ready-mix concrete and aggregates. 

A locally operated concern, THELEN-WILMOT has built an excellent reputation not only for 
the quality of the products they provide, but for the unequalled quality of their service, as well. 
They have based (he success of their business on Ihe theory that good customer relations means 
continued customer support and Ihe fact thai their theory js accurate Is evidenced by their ever 
growing list of satisfied customers. . 

Orders from homeowners needing a few yards of ready-mix concrete are as welcome as 
larger orders from builders and concrete contractors. You'll find the quality of the service is the 
same regardless of the size of the order. • v 

The writers of this 'Messages From Your Business Community" Section are proud to direct 
the attention of construction H firms and homeowners to the services and products of 
THELEN-WILMOT, They have two convenient locations to serve you: in Antloch at 28955 W. Rte. 
173, phone (708) 395-3313; and. in Wllmol on Hwy. C, phone (414) 862-2324. 

COLONIAL PAINT & WALLPAPER 

.Under 7ft* New Ownership Of flar JorU TOchaUwlcz 

When you have a painting or wallpaper project In Ihe offing, whether you need to paint or 
wallpaper your entire home or merely one room, be certain to check out Ihe; quality paints' and 
wallpaper al COLONIAL PAINT & WALLPAPER. ', 

Located at 306, E. Main In Twin Lakes, phone 877-3344, the custom color mixing available al 
COLONIAL PAINT & WALLPAPER gives you the choice of more than 1,000 colors to blend Into 
your home's. Interior decorating scheme. 

You don't save money when you choose inferior off-brand paints or wallpaper, you 
eventually lose when you have to do il all again. For exterior applications, you especially require 
a durable coating which will preserve your building surface for years. 

Whatever surface you need to paint, or whatever surface you need to wallpaper, COLONIAL 
PAINT & WALLPAPER will provide those free, helpful tips on what paint or wallpaper will best 
suit* most any application. / . ... ■ . 

For quality paints and wallpaper, we, the writers of this "Messages From Your Business 
Community" Section, strongly suggest a visit to COLONIAL PAINT a WALLPAPER. 



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MARTENS FENCING 

Serving Lake County Since 1957 . 

Nothing adds to the beauty, security and value of your home or business as a new fence, Be 
sure when you contract to have that new fence Installed thai you're dealing with the area's 
leading fence specialists at MARTENS FENCING. 

Call 356-7909 today and let MARTENS FENCING drop by your home, business, or factory and 
recommend a fence that will satisfy your particular needs. The estimate Is free - the 
workmanship superb I 

Located at 36851 N. Fairfield In Lake Villa, MARTENS FENCING Is the choice of many of (he 
area's loading homeowners, businesses, Industries, landscapes, architects and general 
contractors for Inspired design and prompt Installation. 

MARTENS FENCING will meet all of your fence needs from residential chain link, rustic 
stockade, Industrial chain link, rail, picket, wood fencing, farm and field fencing and dog kennels. 
FENCING IS THEIR ONLY BUSINESS! There are no fancy showrooms and no salesmons' commissions 
so they can pass the savings on to you. MARTENS FENCING offers free estimates and they have 
easy terms. 

We, Ihe writers of this 'Messages From Your Business Community Section, give MARTENS 
FENCING our complete recommendation and suggest you call 356-7909 for all of your fencing 
needs. . -■ 






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Family Hair Care 

Today, more than ever before, a man and 
woman's total Image depends a great deal on their 
hair. 

In Ihls area, style conscious men and women 
stop at FANTASTIC SAMS, conveniently located at 708 B. Rollins Rd. In (Omni Center) In Round 
Lako Beach, phono 740-8850 for an appointment, 

FANTASTIC SAMS Is a styling salon where the average person can go to begin looking great. 
Hero you can relax and unwind in their pleasant atmosphere while professional hair stylists show 
you the latest up-to-date scientific approach to hair caare. 

Styling, permanents, precision hair cutting, coloring, blow drying and custom hair design are 
but a lew of the services featured at FANTASTIC SAMS. 

The writers of this "Messages From Your Business Community" Section suggest thai If 
you're not becoming to that "special someone" In your life, then you should be coming to 
FANTASTIC SAMS, Stop by or call today. We know you'll be gtadl 

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Sue Adams - Director • 

If a planned, active day In a positive learning 
atmosphere sounds good to you, il certainly will . be 
'enjoyable for your child. SUNSHINE CHILD CARE CENTER, 
localed in Round Lake at 913 West Rollins, phone 546-3383. 
provides full and part time child care for children ages two to 
twelve years, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Transportation to Round 
Lake area schools Is also provided as are nutritious meats and snacks. 
"Sending your child to SUNSHINE CHILD CARE CENTER will only prepare him better for his 
later school years and lite experiences by the use of hands on discovery and learning. 

Your child will learn to build positive, healthy relationships with both 'his peers and with 
adults, In an atmosphere where problem solving, creative thinking, and positive attitudes are 
encouraged. They oiler a hall-day preschool program and summer day camp. In the tall, they will 
start a full day plaget discovery kindergarten program. 

We are pleased to recommend the state-licensed facility of SUNSHINE CHILD CARE CENTER to 
all of our readers. You are Invited to call 546-3363 for further details. Both you and your child 
will be glad you did! 

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The best of everything to build anything! That's what contractors say about TOTEM LUMBER 
& MILLWORK. And who would know better? After all, they make their living In the building and 
remodeling business. 

Located at 7703 Blivin in Spring Grove, phone 587-0272 or (815) 675-6666, this 
full-service building material headquarters stands ready to serve you wilh the highest .quality 
lumber, cabinets, windows and doors, hardware, hand and power tools, mason supplies, 
insulation and paneling at a price you'll like. They have been serving the community wilh quality 
and dedication for 10 years. 

As experts In all types of building projects, they have those helpful tips to help you gel your 
big or small Jobs done right the first time. TOTEM LUMBER & MILLWORK can serve homeowners, 
remodeters and contractors. 

Since contractors so eagerly endorse this building material center, you should make It your 
supply headquarters whether you're building a new home or Installing windows. When contractors 
endorse a building center, how can you go wrong? 

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NU-DIAMOND GLASS CO. 

Jim Moulton - Owner *|» HP? 

20 Years Of Glass Experience *■» QH 

When you have any type of glass work requiring the services of experts, the people most 
auto and homeowners, insurers, garagemon, and contractors recommend are the friendly people 
over at NU-DIAMOND GLASS CO. with a showroom localed at 39 South Route 12 in Fox Lake, 
phone 587-2226 or 1-800-255-0340. From windshields to mirrors, from storefronts to 
furniture tops, these people can handle It all. 

For any type of glazing work, rely on Ihe company gonoral contractors dopend upon (or 
immediate home Installation ol storm doors and window glass. As glass "craftsmen," they do 
beautiful work In picture frame glass, mirrors, furniture tops, as well as specialized work such 
as wire glass and semi-transparent non-glare glass. 

The writers of this "Messages From Your Business Community" Section give these glass 
experts our complete recommendation. 

AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE 

Ron Blomberg - Agent 

If you're like most people, who don't fully understand the unending 
complexities of the insurance business, at least be certain you know and 
can rely on your agent. 

The total coverage professional Ron Blomberg at AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE doesn't look 
upon himself as an Insurance sates person so much as a person dedicated to providing each and 
every client wilh a perfectly tailored package for the Individual's needs. 

Drop over to AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE at 108 Center St. In Grayslake, phone 
223-2888 and see why this professional agent has won Ihe respect of people throughout the 
entire area. 

Lei this Insurance expert go over your present policy. If the policy Is satisfactory, he'll tell 
you. However, he may provide you with a belter policy at a better rale. * 

The writers of this "Messages From Your Business Community* Section give Ron Blomberg 
at AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE our total recommendation. 




TELTRONjC SYSTEMS INC. 

Dennis J. Dunn - Owner 

Many people today have come to realize the Importance of having their homes and business 
protected wilh nol only just a good lock on the front door, but wilh an approved alarm system 
guarding their premises with Ihe utmost of reliability for only pennies a. day. During these times, 
burglaries are on Ihe Increase and, therefore, homeowners should give serious thought to the 
security of their homes, themselves and their possessions. 

The people to see In this area areTELTRONIC SYSTEMS INC., phone 546-9155 for free 
estimates on your alarm needs with no obligation. 

They service and Install quality security and fire alarm systems, for homes and businesses. 
Their experience In the alarm field has taught them just exactly what type of system Is best 
suited for each Individual need, 

The writers of Ihls "Messages From Your Business Community" Section Invite our readers to 
look into (he proper system for their home or business. You will be, doing business with this 
reliable firm who has served this area well. Remember, it's the alarm system you buy after the 
fact that Is so expensive.'. - -, 




CLASSY CHASSIS, LTD. 

Serving Your Automotive Needs jft \ 
With 24 Years Of Experience TkjfP 



Advanced automotive technology necessitates a more professional approach to aulo. repairs 
and servicing. Locally CLASSY CHASSIS, LTD, Is a recommended auto repair center where your 
guarantee of satisfaction lies In Ihe fact that Ihe owner, Ken Gustafson, personally supervises 
every job, 

Their shop is located at 545 Railroad Ave. (Rt. 134) in Round Lake (across from the Train 
Station), phone 740-9000, and. Is fully-equipped with Ihe tools and machinery to render total 
auto service. The ASE Certified technicians employed here offer prompt, professional service 
Including electronic (une ups. oil changes, electrical service, brake, shock and exhaust system 
repairs, engine and transmission service.- In fact, all of your preventive maintenance, major and 
minor repairs can be handled at Ihls one convenient location. They can perform repairs on all 
makes and models of foreign and domestic cars and light duly trucks. They also service 
computer-controlled cars.. 

We are pleased to recommend CLASSY CHASSIS, LTD. Whether you are In need of preventive 
maintenance, major or minor repairs, you can rest assured that you will receive the best In 
service at competitive prices. 



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If you, like many people, enjoy eating out but have a 
tough decision regarding where to go, you will certainly 
appreciate the' fine food and friendly atmosphere of 
PARADISE COVE. Featuring elegant Fox River Waterfront 
dining, with 80 stlps available for Ihe boating public, 
PARADISE COVE offers dining, cocktails and dancing. 
They serve Ihe entire Chain O'Lakes area. They are now 
under new management and are In the process of 
renovating. 
Dine with PARADISE COVE at their convenient location at 3309 Chapel Hill Road in Johnsburg 
and enjoy your choice from their menu which, in eludes steaks, seafood and barbeque ribs. They 
have seating (or up to 500 people, as well as satellite reception on a big screen TV. Banquet 
facilities are also available for receptions, parties, and outdoor weddings. They will soon be 
adding waterfront catering for Ihe boaters. 

In the very near future, PARADISE COVE will be completing Iheir new motel. This will allow 
you to enjoy the atmosphere of the restaurant, as well as the comfortable rooms at Ihe motet! 

Remember . . for your fine dining pleasure, It's PARADISE COVE. Stop In and see them soon. 
You can't miss their new landmark - a 38 foot high neon sign. 

For more Information you can call (708) 587-6888; (815) 344-4445 or 1-800-767-4340. 

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Recent energy awareness has aroused considerable interest among area homeowners In the 
Held of enorgy-saving heating products. Heating and air conditioning systems today must be 
considered not only in terms of home comfort, but also In terms of providing an energy-efficient 
investment. .* * - 

In this area, a local firm can be considered a specialist In energy-saving home comfort 
products; ALLIED AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CORP., located In Libertyvllle, phone 367-8989 
and in Fox Lake at 587-8686. Being. the area's Carrier, Lennox, and Rheem sales and service 
dealer, they can provide the right system for your Individual needs. 

As Carrier, Lennox, and Rheem has long been recognized as the leader In energy-saving 
products, with Ihe knowledgeable assistance of ALLIED AIR CONDITIONING & -HEATING CORP., 
you'll find a Carrier, Lennox, and Rheem system to be most economical and effective. They can 
assess your needs to provide year-round climate control comfort, , featuring complete sales, 
Installation and service for heating, air condiiionlng and heal pumps. 

ALLIED AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CORP. and Carrier, Lennox, and Rheem together, 
providing for home comfort to meet today's needs. 




POOL BUILDERS OF KENOSHA 

The Strongest Name In Pools 

Have you often wished you were one of those persons wilh .your own swimming pool? Well, II 
does nol call for a fortune anymore, With modern methods of construction and many new 
developments in Ihe field, FOXX POOL BUILDERS OF KENOSHA can handle your needs to fit your 
budget in almost any shape or design you want. Quality custom-built pools are available at very 
reasonable prices to the people ol this area. You can call them for complete information at (414) 
657-5744. 

FOXX POOL BUILDERS nol only carries a complete line of swimming pools, but they also carry 
hot tubs, saunas and sunbeds. They were the winners ol the Foxx Silver Award For Excellence, 

-FOXX POOL BUILDERS also offers a full line of accessories such as diving boards, filters, 
ladders, pool healers, vacuum cleaners, chemicals and just about anything 1 else you might need to 
complete your pool, 

This firm Is recommended as one you can depend on for a job well done. Phone Mark Jahnke 
at (414) 657-5744 for more Information or a free estimate.'* ~~ 

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MCL resolution 

NORTH CHICAGO— The North 
Chicago City Council has passed a 
resolution expressing "strong 
displeasure" with a group attempting to 
block MCL Developers from building a 
Harbor Club and marina on the site of 
the old wire mill on the North Chicago 
lakefront. The group, which calls itself 
the Lake Michigan Federation, charges 
that there is lead, cyanide, arsenic and 
other contaminants on the site, s The 
resolution claims that the group wants 
the project halted for personal and private 
reasons and urges that the regulatory 
agencies (the EPA and the Army Corps ' 
of Engineers) be allowed "to do their 
jobs" in assessing the environmental 
impact of the site. • 

Hire administrator 

LAKE ZURICH — Lake Zurich 
trustees hired a new village administrator 
Monday. Scott Ratter, 41, of South 
Haven, Mich., formerly of Clarendon 
Hills, will assume duties of overseeing a 
$16.7 million village budget and 130 
employees in mid- July. He was chosen 
from four finalists, out of a field of about 



140 applicants. He. is currently city 
manager in South Haven, a summer 
resort town. He was selected by a three- 
member ad hoc committee including 
Mayor James Kay, Trustees Gary 
Winchester and Milt Faurot. They chose 
Ratter for his experience and ability to 
deal with staff, residents and board 
members. Faurot, who is a village 
administrator himself, in Lake in the 
Hills, abstained from the final vote to 
avoid a possible conflict of interest, but 
favors the decision. Ratter and his wife, 
Sandy, have two children. 

New smoking limits 

MUNDELEIN— To comply with 
state and federal clean air standards, smok- 
ing will be banned in all but three places 
at the 60-year-old Mundclcin village hall. 
They are the downstairs women's rest 
room, downstairs employee lounge and 
the mayor's office.. All smokers in village 
hall are women, including the mayor, ex- 
cept one man. 

Turns over study 

GURNEE— The results of a wetlands 
study commissioned by the Village of 
Gurnee for the proposed site of Ehlers & 
Juhrend Enterprises' proposed cement 
recycling plant are now in the hands of 
Park City officials. "Based on the fact that 
the (Gurnee) Village Board has already 
taken a position on it, we arc forwarding it 
to the City of Park City for appropriate 
action. It's in their hands at this time, and 
because this is a potential for pending 
litigation, we think it is inappropriate to 
comment any further at this time," Gurnee 
Mayor Dick Welton said in response to 
public queries at Monday's board meeting. 



Club opens doors 

LIBERTYVILLE— Another male 
bastion is about to fall. After 40 years the 
Liberty villc-Mundelcin Men's Garden 
Club may get its first female member. 
The club, which once had 175 members, 
now has half that number. Applications 
have been taken by prospective members, 
which may show up at the Monday, May 
11, monthly meeting. 

Deputy faces firing 

INGLESIDE— A Lake County 
sheriffs deputy, David DcPauw of 
Inglcsidc, has been charged with battery 
and cruelty to a child. The 37-year-old 
man is facing criminal charges for 
allegedly beating his 2-ycar-old stepson 
when the boy got sick at the dinner table. 
The child had scratches, bruises and 
abrasions over his entire body. Lake 
County Sheriff Clinton Grinncll is 
working to dismiss DcPauw from his job. 
DcPauw was arrested on May 21 and 
released on his own recognizance on 
$30,000 bond. , 

End of an era 

ROUND LAKE— The Molidor 
Standard station and car wash at the 
corner of Rte. 134 and Nippersink Rd. 
will soon be torn down to make way for 
an Amoco station. Round Lake Mayor 
James Lumber lamented the loss of the 
last full-service gas station in Round 
Lake, calling it a "sad note" but saying it 
was a sign of the times'. Amoco is 
reportedly signing a 20-year lease for the 
property with the Molidors. The old 
station will be torn down, probably on 
July 2, but the car wash will remain. 
The new Amoco station will include a 



Concert group ends 

LIBERTYVILLE— After 16 years 
the Liberty villc-Mundclcin Concert Soci- 
ety has voted to disband. The decision was 
made at the last of five annual programs — 
a musical scholarship competition for 11 
youths. Board members who arc getting 
older and declining attendance of approxi- 
mately 120 persons at programs led to the 
decision. The group, which is financially 
sound, hopes some other group can take 
over the organization. 

Smyth hearing 

GR A YSLAKE— Supporters of Avon 
Center School Principal Edna Smyth arc 
expected to attend a public hearing on her 
status for the 1990-91 school year next 
week.The hearing will be held at 8 p.m. 
June 14 at Grayslake Junior High School. 
Smyth has issued a statement detailing a 
three-month discussion with Grayslake 
Dist. 46 Supt. David Duffy and Board of 
Education, President Don Steffcn.Smyth 
said she had withheld comment until now 
to avoid an impact on the educational 
process. 

Special grads 

FOX LAKE— Nine handicapped 
students, one of the largest groups to 
receive eighth grade diplomas in the Lake 
County Special Education District 
(SEDOL), will take part in graduation 
ceremonies at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 10, at 
Stanton School. "We regard them as our 
kids even though they hail from a number 
of communities around the county and we 
want them'to be part of our ceremonies," 
declared Principal William Lomas. The 
children are mentally handicapped and 
behaviorily disordered. 



Grayslake board changes meeting date to Tuesday 



The Village of Grayslake 
made it official Monday 
night. 

The board' changed the 
time and. day of its regular 
meetings from Monday to 
Tuesday^ , 

The board, beginning 
June 19, will meet the first 
and third Tuesday of each 
month at 7:30 p.m. at 



Grayslake Village Hall. 

"It is a night when we can 
all make it," Grayslake 
Mayor Marv Smith said in 
explaining the move. 

The move to Tuesday 
may make it possible for 
Trustee Phil Harris to attend 
more meetings. Harris has 
been unable to attend 



meetings because of job 
conflicts. 

In. action Monday, the 
board approved College 
Trail development's phase 
one. It will consist of 149 
single-family units. 

A variance was granted to 
Plalford Corp. and 
authorization was given to 



replace a totalled squad car 
at a cost of $13,469. 
There was no discussion. 

of leaf burning. Trustee Pat 
Carey supports a total ban 
on burning, but that issue 
will likely be brought up at 
the next meeting. 

In another matter. Smith 
said he has not decided yet 



on how to handle Trustee 
Sue Strieker's position 
when she resigns next 
month. Her husband 

accepted a police chiefs 
position in May. 

Smith said there has been 
little interest shown in the/ 
soon to be open trustee 
post. He said options are to 



appoint someone or to leave 
the seat vacant Strieker was 
elected last year. 

A letter was read from 
Lexington Homes thanking 

the village and Village 
Manager Mike Ellis for 

their cooperation in 
Lexington's just approved 
subdivision. 



Election board finds GOD innocent of charges 



Earl Johnson and Frank 
Sullivan won a decision 
before the Illinois Elections 
Board regarding an election 
complaint. 

The complaint was filed 
by Sue Herbes, sister of 



Jack Martin of the Lake that Johnson and Sullivan's resident, said Martin and 

County Republican Curb Over Development his forces are "trying to 

origanization. Originally, a violated election laws by destroy myself, Sullivan 

hearing officer found for the distributing a flier asking and COD," he said, 

complaintant, but later the for membership. The 

full board revsersed the hearing officer found for the Sullivan has retained 

ruling, Johnson said. petitioner Heroes. Atty. Robert Long of 

The complaint charges Johnson, a Grayslake Antioch to represent him. 



Johnson said the literature while the pro development 

said, 'how can you support group had some $357,000 

these candidates listed by at their disposal, 

.the Board of Relators." Johnson said his group 

He pointed out that COD must have had some impact 

had, in its campaign on the development 

disclosure form, some $800 community. 



Lexington files lawsuit 



Lexington Homes has Forest Preserve meetings, 
filed a lawsuit against the asking for the acquisition of 
Lake County Forest the golf course. 



Preserve. Dist. 

The suit contends that 
without a vote by a 
majority of the board, the 
forest preserve's lawfirm of 
Morrison and Associates 
sent notices to Riverwoods 
and Deerficld staling an 
intention to acquire 
Thomgate Country Club. 

"There was no majority 
vote to purchase, only a 
majority to continue," 
James Gordon, attorney for 
Lexington said. 

He said those letters were 



Last week the Land 
Acquisition and 

Preservation Committee 
voted 7-4 to support a 
moratorium on land 
purchases. The decision 
requires all the land which 



ones which arc now up for 
board consideration June 8. 
These include Thomgate 
Country Club near Deerficld 

and a 450 acre section of the 
Cuneo Estate. In addition, 
the committee will review 
properties which meet the 

district's guidelines for 



has been already designated potential preserves in order 
for purchase, but not yet to protect environmentally 
actually purchased, plus the citical areas. 



Add 2 racing dates 



Two additional racing performances begins at 7:30 

performances have been , p.m. t with gates open at 6 

sent in March, freezing granted to the Geneva Lakes p.m. The Tuesday, June 12 All ahO&td 

annexation. Lexington Kennel Club by the races .are also evening 

Wisconsin Racing Board, performances, and result in 

Evening greyhound races are > a doubleheader for the day, 

scheduled for Monday and with a matinee scheduled for 
Tuesday, June 11 and 12, 
and offer free grandstand 




Homes owns the 146-acres. 
Preliminary motions in 
19th circuit court are 
expected Monday with a 
trial date in July; 



Riverwoods residents have admission, and free parking, 
appeared at the Lake County The Monday, June 11 



1 p.m. 

For seating and dining 
reservations call (414)728- 
8000 or 1(800)477-4552. 



American Boat Charters and the Village of Fox Lake held a ribbon cutting 
ceremony to kick off American Boat Charters' Fox Lake tours. The company will 
be docked at the McDonald's on Rte. 12 in Fox Lake. Present were (from left): 
Marvin Birkhoff, general manager of McDonald's; Sherry Doyle, director of the 
Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce; Sandy Yost, executive secretary of the Fox 
Lake Chamber of Commerce; Frank Meier, mayor of Fox Lake; Kathy and Jim 
Miller of American Boat Charters; and Skipper, the Fox Lake Chamber mascot. 



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Over the years, the Lake County Dcpt. , 
of Transportation (formerly the Lake 
County Highway Dcpt.) has acquired a 
well- earned reputation for reliability and 
accuracy. Well, no one is perfect. That 
about describes the predicament the 
department finds itself in connection with 
a storm sewer project on Washington St. 
between Grayslakc and Round Lake Park. 

Members of the Highland Lake Property 
Woners Assn. consider the nearly 
complete sewer job' a colossal blunder. 
They're not far off the mark. 

What happened is that the department 
thought the sewers would be emptying 
rainwater into the outlet of the recreational 
lake surrounded by fine homes. Instead, 
the sewers were dumping into the inlet of 
the small lake. At a hastily called 
meeting, association members quickly 
decided that their fake was on the verge of 
being destroyed overnight. 

Their course of action included the filing 
on an injunction to enjoin the department 
from further sewer construction work 
pending an investigation. Department 
engineers replied with a collective 
"whoops" even though work wasn't halted 
until the end of the day. Highway 
officials admitted that incorrect data led 
them to design the project to empty storm 



water into the inlet instead of the outfall 
as they had intended which would have put 
the lake out of harm. 

With a court ordered breather at hand, 
elected officials have interceded with orders 
for the engineers to go back to their 
drawing boards. Most logical solution to 
the imbroglio is for the county to 
purchase enough adjacent land to build a 
retention basin of sufficcnt size to retain 
expected drainage so natural purification 
action can take place before the water is 
released into Highland Lake. 

It's amazing that such a goof up could 
occur. The only explanation is that 
officialdom still hasn't faced up to the 
reality that precautions are vital to insure 
that Lake County's lakes and wetlands 
never are put in jeopardy. The problem 
pure and simple is that the mentality to 
make sure backyards arc kept dry and water 
doesn't stand on roadways is more 
important that ecological considerations. 
When will our officials* learn that 
environmental considerations must not be 
ignored? 

Highland Lake is unique in that it is the 
county's highest lake since it is situated 
astride the dividing line between the 
DcsPlaincs River and Chain O'Lakes-Fox 
River drainage basins. 




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Letters To The Editor 



Protect property rights 

Editor 

Thanks to the mayors of our 
municipalities for bringing an important 
issue before the citizens, the means by 
which the Lake County Forest Preserve 
acquires some of its land: No one is 
against open space. When property owners 
arc forced to sell their land at a price 
determined by the Forest Preserve, this is 
clearly an infringement of their rights to 
own property. What kind of society values 
open space acquired by denying property 
owners the right to choose when and to 
whom their land should be sold? We need 
to support our municipalities in their 
attempt to protect property owners' rights. 
Open space should be acquired from 
owners willing to sell. 

Phyllis Stcffan 
Wild wood 

Grayslake subverting district 

Editor 

The Rollins Savannah (Picket Fence 
Farm) was designated to be purchased by 
the Lake County Forest Preserve District 
on April 29, 1988. This action was taken 
only after a detailed professional staff 
reviewed and enthusiastic support from 
the residents of Grayslakc and Third Lake. 

The original site was for 1,340 acres 
of land in Avon Township, and now after 
purchasing 986 acres, more than 75 
percent of the parcel, the Village of 
Grayslakc want to remove a 90 acre parcel 
along Drury Lane and Rtc. 83, the 
original western boundaries. Grayslake 
instead would put 248 single family 
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boundaries and keeping the parcel in tact 
for proper management. 

The entire parcel represents a unique, 
once in a lifetime opportunity for our 
area. The site (one of only three left in 
the county consisting of over 1,200 acres) 
is currently undivided by roads and 
development, diverse natural resource 
features, excellent management 
boundaries, and miles of scenic highway 
right-of-way; all of which will provide a 
framework for a regionally significant 
landscape and wildlife habital restoration 
project. 

The success of this project, to live up 
to its immense potential as planned, lies 
in maintaining the boundary integrity as 
was originally designated for purchase. 

The importance of this 90 acre parcel 
to the Forest Preserve is to keep the 
entire parcel in tact and have it remain 
undivided by roads and development. This 
will allow the entire site to function as 
unfragmented ecologically stable habitat, 
necessary for the proper management of 
diverse wildlife, wetlands and forested 
areas. To destroy this entire parcel, as the 
Village of Grayslake would do just to add 
248 more homes to the already 3,000 
added through recent zoning changes in 
the Village, would be unforgivable. 

Let's do it right Let the Lake County 
Forest Preserve proceed as originally 
planned, for the future of Grayslake and 
Lake County. 

*? Norman C. Geary 

Commissioner 

Lake County Forest Preserve 

Heroes paid their dues 

Editor. 

I am 46 years old. I was two years old 
before I met my Dad. I am the daughter of 
one of the members of Antioch VFW 
Post 4551. My Dad was an MP in the 
U.S. Army during World War II. He drove 
a motorcycle through many invasions, the 
exact number I can't remember. He speaks 
of it once in a while, with a tear in his 
eye, and a proudncss I can't explain. They 
fought the Japanese, and the Germans. 
Remember?. 

Take a trip over to that building in 
North Chicago. There's still some guys in 
there from World War I. You should feel 
shame for putting these heroes that fought 
for us and our country, through all the 
problems and worries they have have been 
put through recently. You should be 
behind these men and helping them. 

Remember what this organization 
stands for and is made up of. These heroes 
should be rallied round and instead they are 



Tax question 
hounds grads 
in new decade 

by BILL SCHROEDER 

Cold War tensions a thing of the past, 
what kind of world will the Class of 1990 
be entering? i 

With the escalating federal deficit 
continuing to disrupt economic stability 
of the nation, it's doubtful that the 
"kinder, gentler" nation' envisioned by 
President Bush during his campaign will 
be achieved, at least in the immediate 
future. 

The harsh reality is that the 1 deficit is 
eating into the moral fiber and vitality of 
the nation much like rampant inflation 
undermined confidence of America in the 
late 1970's and led to the defeat of 
President Carter. < 

Besides inheriting a nation barrelling 
along the road to bankruptcy, the Class of 
1990 will be entering adulthood in a 
society that rapidly is destroying the 
environment because of the lifestyles we 
live. People now are fearing pollution 
like they feared nuclear war two 
generations ago. i 

Not a pretty picture. The bright side, 
and perhaps our salvation, is the fact that 
members of the Class of 1990 understand 
better than their elders that America now 
is paying the price in "stagflation" and 
deprivation for the follies of the past. 
Even in their youth, they have learned the 
lesson that "bigger is not belter." Only 
better is better. 

Sacrifice in the face of crisis is an , 
American tradition. Once again, we think 
Americans are ready to sacrifice by paying 
higher taxes if they can be convinced that 
their sacrifices will go to reduce the 
horrendous deficit that has the Class of 
1990 in debt up to the ears even before the 
graduates begin productive careers. 

National leaders can inspire the Class of 
1990 with a message that, yes, the U.S. 
budget can be cut, and yes, your savings 
will be protected by prudent governmental 
spending. We're told a $30-$40 billion 
dent in the deficit is achieveable. Let's 
get started, America. ' 

Is there a politician with the courage to 
call for a tax increase, albeit temporary, 
to protect America against recession and 
insure opportunity for the Class of 1990? 
A message needs to be sent to America 
that our system works. 



fighting another kind of dictatorship. 
These men fought so long ago and here 
they are doing it again in their own home 
town. They paid dues long ago. 

Carol Cavanaugh 
i Lindenhurst 

Take a Long Grove walk - 

Editor 

I live in the town 'of Long Grove, a 
quaint, turn-of-the-century community 
that is being bombarded from all sides by 
"progress." The latest onslaught appears 
to be the proposed northerly extension of. 
Rte. 53, right through the middle of my 
village. 

The governor unveiled a $1.3 billion 
stale road building plan that includes $1.5 
million for preliminary engineering 
studies of this project, if my facts are 
correct 

I'm an elementary school teacher in 
Lake County. My class recently 
completed an in depth study of our 
environment, particularly related to Earth 
Day and Earth Week. 

But Earth Week is over, and it looks 
like Rte. 53 northbound is a feat 
accompli. Please do not misunderstand my 
position. I believe we need to improve of 
our roadways. But can't that be done in a 
more fiscally and ecologically responsible 
way? 




Shining with ambition and promise, 
members of the Class of 1990 are our best 
and brightest hope. They need a chance. 
That's the best otter we can give them. 
Once again we're calling on youth to 
sacrifice, only this time it's with their 
dollars, not their lives 

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REMEMBERING- -The obituary 
columns reported the "deaths, last week of 
two great friends of west Lake County 
who hold fond memories for this reporter. 
U.S. Rep. Marguerite Stitt Church , 97, 
died in her Evanston home. Elliott Frank, 
87, former chairman of the Illinois . 
Toil way Authority and a partner in the 
famous 1 Picket Fence Farm, Grayslake, 
died at a rest home in Florida where he had 
resided in recent years. 

Mrs. Church was our representative in 
Congress for 12 years, but her 
acquaintanceship went back to the 1940's 
when her late husband, Ralph, was the 
Congressman for this locality.' Mr. Frank 
"adopted" west Lake County has his home 
base after retiring as vice president of the 
LaSalle Street Bank, maintaining close 
tics with civic leaders and politicians as he 
advanced the cause for good highways as 
the basis of a sound economy. His hobby 
was raising black Angus beef cattle. 

Both Mrs. Church and Mr. Frank 
associated with the great and near great all 
their lives, but they maintained a down-to- 
earth approach to life that always made 
their small town friends feel at ease— and 
important. Over the years, I've noticed 
that seems to be a quality shared by all 
successful people. Both Mrs. Church and 
Elliott Frank shared the attribute of 
making everyone they associated with feel 
as big as they were. 

ONE MAN'S FAMILY-'-Pop 

may be playing landscaper the rest of the 
summer the way the weatherman is 
playing tricks on us this year. The only 
way I'll avoid getting the rest of my 
bedding plants in the ground before Labor 
Day is the fact that the garden shops will 
run out of stock before I get there. I 
regard it a red letter day when I can shed 
the work clothes for golf togs, but as of 
now that day might never come this year. 



I have invited Governor Thompson and 
his family to visit my family in Long 
Grove before any more precious time goes 
by. Spring in Long Grove is 
brcathlakingly beautiful. I would like to 
take a walk to show them where the 
proposed Rte. 53 extension would be, and 
the natural beauty that would be destroyed 
forever in its path. 

In reviewing all of the teacher 
supplementary materials that were 
provided me during our Earth Week 
studies, I was struck by a thought that 
seemed to repeat itself over and over as I 
read: 

In order to be a responsible futurist, one 
needs to be a respectable traditionalist at 
the same time. 

Neither quality is present in the case of 
the planning for Rte. 53. 

Irene Lemer 
Long Grove 

Reform campaign financing 

Editor 

Everyone knows the current system of 
campaigning stinks. Candidates spend all 
their time going after the big bucks from 
rich people and Political Action 
Committees, and don't spend time talking 
to ordinary voters. They use all that big 
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Lakeland Newspapers 

PARTY OF TODAY— As suggested 
years ago, the Democrats , may just be- 
come (he "environmentalist party" in Lake 
County. It is a sure-fire way to win fol- 
lowers in a county where political figures 
are often identified as "pro development" 
or "open spacers." 

To test the environmental waters the 
party has slated a County Board candidate 
in Dist. 6 (Wauconda, Fremont, Ela and 
Cuba Twps.) guaranteed to, win some 
votes. 

Elizabeth "Beth" Gcuzendam, operator 
of a horse boarding farm in rural Wau- 
conda Twp., is the party's selected standard 
bearer for the fall election. She's an out- 
spoken open spacer. And she's not afraid 
to speak. The Democrats have promised 
financial help for (lie fall. 

This means the spring GOP primary 
winners, Robert Grever of Lake Zurich 
and Colin McRae of Mundelein, will have 
to spend some money, between now and 
November. 

MUSICAL POLITIKING— Mu- 



Letters 



sical chairs is being played by 
both the Republicans and 
Democrats. Both are filling va- 
cant precinct committeeman posts 
with candidates who didn't make 
it In March or i were too lazy to 
run. 

Most everyone knows Robert 
Neal, the former GOP party 
county chairman, got just such a 
post in North Chicago — a long 
way from his home In Newport 
Twp. Another defeated Republi- 
can committeeman, Robert Gr- 
ever, : was named to a committee 
post hi Ela Twp. close to where 
he lives. 

The Democrats are playing the 
game, too. Highland Park Mayor 
Daniel Pierce now has his own 
precinct in the same city, 
County Board. member Sam Payne 
got one In his hometown of Zion 
and County Board member Debra 
Halas of Waukegan was given a 
precinct in her backyard. 

There's more to come! 



JUST WAITING—It's the waiting 
game for Robert Stretcher, director of the 
Lake County Building Dept. 

Last month he presented his case in 
Circuit Court against the Lake County 
Health DcpL to build a luxury home in 
rural Lake Villa Twp. He planned to move 
in last fall, but he couldn't get a septic 
tank waiver. 

Now, both sides are waiting to sec 
who's right The Health Department 
wants Streicher to obey the law like ev- 
eryone else. Streicher, of course, thinks 
the laws he daily enforces are for everyone 

else. 

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WHERE'S THE FIRE?— Liberty ville's 
new police chief, William McCormick, is 
also the village's assistant fire chief and 
has been for two years. 

As a matter of fact, he has been a 
fireman longer than he has been a Liber- 
tyvillc policeman. He joined the Liber- 
ty villc Fire DcpL as a paid-on-call volun- 
teer in 1965 while a Lake County deputy 
sheriff. "I responded in off-duty hours 
every time the siren blew," he said. Today 
they're called with pagers. 



During his nine years with the sheriffs 
department and 21 on the Liberty ville Po- 
lice Dept, McCormick has remained true 
to the fire department That starts with six 
hours of ongoing fire training each 
month. Over the years he rose from fire- 
fighter to engineer, chief engineer, lieu- 
tenant and captain. 

McCormick has even been on the fire 
department longer than his boss, Chief 
John Reitman. That kid has only been 
around 21 years. 

Overheaed- ««#* It's all in the 
family for Colin Thackcr, director of 
environmental health at the Lake County 
Health Dept. His wife, Susan, has the 
same title with the Racine Health Dept' 
and his daughter, Margie, is a sanitarian 
with the Baltimore County Dept, of En- 
vironmental Health, tf tf M To fill the 
November ballot, the Democratic. party 
have slated Lake Bluff office manager 
Maurihe Moore (no relation to parly 
Chairman Betty Ann Moore or Dist. 5 
County Board member Andrea Moore) for 
the County Board in Dist. 5. 



(Continued from preceding page) 
money to pay for expensive television 
commercials to attack each other with 30 
sccondads. 

The only way out of. this is to change 
the rules about how we run campaigns. 
We need serious campaign finance reform. 
We need to set tough spending limits, 
abolish Political Action Committees, 
reduce the cost of television and, most 
important, provide public financing, so 
that our elected officials don't spend all 
their time talking to big shots with big 
money and start feeling accountable to us 
for a change. 

This year's Senate race is the ideal place 
to start U.S. Sen. Paul Simon and Rep. 
Lynn Martin plan to spend up to $8 
million each on this race. We have already 
seen the first round of commercials,. and 
my guess is that it will get negative 
before too. long (especially with the 
master of negative campaigning, Roger 
Ailcs, handling Martin). 

I think it is very significant that of the 
two candidates only Paul Simon supports 
campaign finance reform. He wants to 
reduce the importance of money in 
campaigns, get rid of PACs, and reduce 
the amounts candidates can spend. He 
wants a system that makes candidates 
accountable to ordinary voters, not the 
special interests. Martin opposes 
campaign finance reform and thinks the 
current system is just fine. 

Gene Morris 
Lake Villa 

Locals threaten wetlands 

It saddens me that despite the well- 
publicized on going loss of ecologically 
precious wetland (said tracts also being 
pivotal in flood control) short-term 
financial interest dictates the disposition 
of much of the remaining wetland. 



. Such callous privateering is certainly 
fueling the 'planned destruction of an 80 
acre lagoon-marshland beauty, bordering 
Fairfield and Rollins Rds. 

This tract (historically a wetland) has 
been placed out of reach of the Lake 
County Forest Preserve District by a legal 
maneuver of the mayor of Round Lake 
Heights and his supporters. Their game- 
plan is to bring in a passel of homes on 
this and a 90 acre semi-wetland farther east 
on Rollins Rd. 

District trustees have suggested joining 
the 80 acre corner tract to the existing 
Grant Forest Preserve Gust across 
Fairfield) by a pedestrian trail around the 
three lagoon waterfowl-sheltering eden. 
This is the last bit of trail accessible 
watery beauty left in northwest Lake 
County and should be added to the 
disappointingly small repository of 
tranquilizing recreational retreats available 
to northern Lake Counu'ans. It should not 
be surrendered to the mercenary 
ministrations of a jeering pack of uncaring 
locals who dismissed the districts offer as 
misguided, and unfair to their long- 
standing dream of standing taller 
economically among the mini-kingdoms 
of the area. 

But this scenic aquatic jewel should be 
set aside for the aesthetic, spiritual 
nourishment of the local populace. The 
quickening' pace of commercial land 
acquisition (impacting 50-75 percent of 
remaining open land) makes imperative 
the preservation of as much open land as 
possible. Open-landers arise and shout a 
hosanna to Nature! Say no to callous, 
self-serving . land exploitation and 
despoliation. Let beauty, tranquility, and 
eco-joy have their say, their way, their 
day! 

John Reynolds 
Round Lake Beach 



Composting can be risky 

Editor 

It's all too well known to all of us the 
disposal problem we are facing in Lake 
County, as well as in the rest of the state. 
1 hope a decision to ban leaf burning is 

not made in haste. 1 feel that this option 
must be left open until a proven solution 
can be found. I for. one still feel that 
burning yard waste is a very inexpensive, 
safe way to eliminate this garbage without 
taking up very scarce land-fill space. Until 
it is proven, I am not convinced that 
composting is the answer. 

From what I have heard so far, 
composting is going to be rather 
expensive, up to $1.50 a bag in some 
areas. For, those with large yards, or a lot 
of trees, this will be most expensive. 
Planning on making a compost pile of 
your own? Better be prepared for the 



hideous smell of the rotting debris of 
those hot, damp days, not to mention the 
bees, mice, and other uninvited guests 
they attract. I know, I had one. I feel that 
this is a greater health risk than burning 
leaves. I haven't' seen a study yet that has 
put burning leaves in the top 100 health 
problems in the state of Illinois. 

However, we cannot overlook those 
with health problems like asthma or 
allergies. How about a designated 
. day/week (with perhaps one alternate rain- 
day) for burning leaves? This should keep 
everyone happy. 

When this matter is put to a vote, I 
hope those officials don't close out this 
option until another inexpensive option is 
proven. I also hope they take a poll and 
listen to the majority and not a few loud 
spoken individuals in the minority! 

MarkRonncy 
Round Lake 




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Rowland's Equipment offers service with a smile 



by CHRISTY PHARISS 
Lakeland Newspapers 

Gary Adams, owner of Rowland's 
Equipment (a lawn equipment and service 
store), said he firmly believes that service 
with a smile is the way to do good 
business. 

Adams started working in the lawn 
equipment business by pumping gas for 
his father's store in McHenry at the age of 
10. He also learned to set up lawn mowers 
and eventually learned how to fix them. 

After graduating from high school, 
Adams went to a community college in 
McHenry and received his associates 
degree in police science. 

He became a volunteer fireman and 
worked for Rowland's Equipment as a 
mechanic. Adams said his goal was to one 
day own a store of his own. 

It took him about eight years to work 
up to general manager of the store. At that - 
point, Adams had the opportunity to buy 
the store. He grabbed it He has owned 
Rowland's Equipment for a year and a 
half. 

"You just have to have the guts and the 
opportunity to achieve your goals," he 
said. "My opportunity came up." 

"Building a,business involves taking a 
gamble and some sleepless nights," the 
entrepreneur said. "It's blood, sweat and 
tears. 

Adams said he would like to open a 
second store sometime in the future. 
Those plans are still on the drawing board. 
'.* Like his father's business, Rowland's is 
family run. His wife is in charge of the 
books and his two daughters, ages 10 and 
7, come in on Saturdays to file and clean. 
Two of his younger brothers also work for 
the store: one as a service mechanic and 
the other as a parts manager. Adams "said 
he likes working with his family. ' 

"It's fun," he said. "We can talk about 
work problems and relate to each other." 

Although owning a business takes up 
much of his time, Adams said he realizes 
the importance of his family. He makes a 



point of attending his daughter's, 
basketball or baseball practices and games. 
Sunday is set aside as a family day, 
because the store is open six days a week. 
The Adams family use the day to go 
canoeing or any other activity that they 
can all do together. 

"It is important to have that one day a 
week together," Adams said. 

He also said thai he would like to see 
the business stay in the family. 

A toy chain saw complete with the 
Stihl logo sits on his desk, making the 
closeness of his family to his business 
evident. The toy was given to his daughter 
for her birthday and waited patiently to be 
repaired. 

Most office desks have papers piled 
high. Adams said he comes into work at 
5:30 a.m. to get the paperwork done 
before opening the store. He also stays 
after closing to look at trade-ins. 

"Lots of time is spent behind the 
scenes," he said. Adams said he finds the 
long hours a strain, but rewarding. "I get a 
personal heartfelt satisfaction from 
building the business up," he said. "I feel 
proud. when I see people using my 
equipment." 

Adams has used his know-how and 
common sense to run Rowland's. Without 
any formal business training, he has had 
to rely on these assets. 

"The main thing we've done is to give 
the customer attention," he said. "We're 
not doing a favor for the customer by 
being here. They are doing us a favor." 
Customers have gone out of their way to 
show their appreciation. One brought in 
doughnuts for the staff and another treated 
the employees to pizza. 

Adams said he believes that steady help 
is the key. The customer gets to know the 
employees. 

"Someone comes in and he feels good 

he came in," Adams said. "That's 

important. I take new employees under 

.- my wing and explain how I want things 



run." "Everyone gets to know how the 
entire store works," he said. "Whoever 
works at the sales counter will end up in 
the parts shop or in the show room." 

Adams has a hands-on approach to his 
business. He works side by side with his 
employees to make sure that the customer 
is getting the best service. "I keep a 
handle on everything through daily 
personal contact with my employees," he 
said. "Maintaining a good attitude is 
important too." 

Adams has expanded the store's hours 



and installed a computer system to give 
better service. He also brought in new 
lines of equipment and makes sure that 
parts are kept in stock. It's not all 
business though. "We always have lime 
for a smile and a chat," he said. 

Rowland's Equipment, 200 W. 
Northwest Hwy„ Barrington, serves home 
owners as well as commercial operations. 
The store is open sue days a week Monday 
through Friday. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., 
Thursday until 7 p.m. and Saturday from 
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 



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The Census Bureau may ask for $1 00 million to 
finish its 1990 count. Map shows percent of forms 
each state has returned. National rate is 61% 



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□ 60-64.9% 
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Alaska 

The 10 worst cities 

Boston 44.3% 

New Orleans 46.4% 

New York 49.7% 

Cleveland / 50% 

Nashville 50% 

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Jacksonville 


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D.C. 


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Phoenix 


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Lisa Goegan 

Century 21 Mission 
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Janis Anderson 

Jan is Anderson of Fox 
Lake, has been promoted to 
assistant vice president of 



the First National Bank of 
Lincolnshire in recognition 
of her capable management 
of the mortgage and home 
v equity departments of the 
bank. Anderson has been 
with First National Bank of 
Lincolnshire since 1986 and 
has successfully progressed 
at the bank having 
originally started as a 
secretary in the loan 
department. Prior to joining 
the bank, she was the 
manager of a business in 
Trout Creek in Michigan's 
Upper Peninsula. 

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Stan Louis has been 
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FINANCIAL FOCUS 

reported by Brosius D^Arcy 

Wall Street's history Is filled with colorful 
characters, but few are more controversial than 
businessman Jay Gould. 

In 1868 Gould became president of The Erie 
Railroad. The next year, he and his partner lead a 
Wall Street panic when they nearly cornered the 
gold market. To gain some favorable press 
coverage, Gould granted an Interview to reporter 
George Crouch. 

When the Interview appeared In print. It was a 
disaster. Among other less flattering things, Gould 
was referred to as 'the great gorilla of Wall Street/ 

Rather than retaliating, Gould hired Crouch as 
the Erie's public relations manager. And Crouch 
used his position as a reporter to crank out 
favorable publicity for Gould, 

An example of Crouch's expertise as a press 
agent occurred when the great fire struck 
Chicago. Printed notices announced that the Erie 
Railroad would transport goods to Chicago 
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personal Image. 

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the international division at 
Abbott Laboratories. 
Previously, he was a senior 
product manager for 
hospital products at the 
Abbott affiliate in 
Johannesburg, South 
Africa. He joined "the 
company in 1986 as a 
nutritional sales representa- 
tive in South Africa. He and 
his wife, Maxinc reside in 
Vernon Hills with their 
daughter. 

Tyndall-White 

Wanda Tyndall-White has 
been appointed social 
services coordinator at Good 
Shepherd Hospital. Her 



responsibilities include 
discharge planning and 
providing patients and their 
families with information - 
about various support 
services such as adoption, 
community counseling, and 
drug and alcohol 
rehabilitation programs. 
Tyndall-White received her 

Bachelor's degree in social 
work from Central Missouri 
State Univ., Warrcnsburg, 
Mo., and her Masters in 
social work from St. Louis 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. In 
addition, she belongs to the 
Academy of Certified Social 
Workers and has been 
involved in hospital social 



work for 16 years. She lives 
in Buffalo Grove with her 
husband, J.T. White, and 
their 13-year-old daughter, 
Uniqua. 

Stephen Bowman * 

' Stephen B. Bowman of 
Grayslake, has been named 
an officer at the Northern 
Trust Co., Chicago. He 
serves in the audition 
department. Bowman re- 
ceived a B.S. Degree from 
Miami Univ. and a M.B.A. 
Degree from DePaul Univ. 
He joined the bank in 1985 
and was named an officer in 
May, 1990. He and his 
wife, Mary reside in 
Grayslake. 



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the latest in new product innovations will be available to 
our customers. 

Please anticipate your financial needs early. 

Thank you for your understanding and patience. Home 
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Fox Lake, IL 60020 
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Survivor Life insurance may lack benefits 



by ALAN NADOLNA 

What is too cheap usually 
is. 

In the early 1980's the 
estate lax law changed. The 
100 percent marital 
deduction allowed unlimited 
amounts of estate value to 
pass from one spouse to 
another with no. tax. This 
created a major lax trap. 

At the subsequent death 
of the second spouse, the 
estate, if over $600,000 was 
subject to a tax that starts at 
34 percent and peaks at 60 
percent 

Millions of people who 
own homes and other assets 
that have appreciated over 
the years have an estate of 
more than $600,000. Assets 
like life insurance, 
retirement plans and real 
estate are often overlooked 
in estimations for our own 
estate valuation. Many 
estate owners were forced to 
sell properties to pay taxes 
thai were totally 
unexpected 

Perfect 

Estate planners discovered 

there was an insurance 
product perfectly suited to 
the current tax picture. This 
product, Survivor Life, pays 
a death benefit at the second 
death. It delivers money to 
be used to pay estate taxes 
and enable beneficiaries to 
retain assets like real estate, 
stocks and others that might 
have had to be sold to pay 
taxes. The classic case of 
. the use of this product was 
the Wrigley family. The 
family was forced to sell the 
Chicago Cubs because there 
was insufficient liquidity in 
the estate to pay taxes. 

Attorney's and CPAs who 
practice estate planning 
have been supporters of the 
use of Survivor Life to pay 
estate taxes which are 
inevitable. * 

The second to die policy 
is much less expensive than 
traditional insurance, and 
good planning provides 
instate estate tax free 
liquidity. The combination 
of a Survivor Life police, 
properly owned, and in 
irrevocable trust, properly 
drawn, is a powerful 
weapon in reducing the 
impact of estate taxation. 

Like so many other good 
ideas, the concept of the 
second to die policy has 
spread and a "bandwagon" 
effect has taken hold. 
. There were a handful of 
insurance carriers that had 
these products available. 
They had long experience 
with this kind of insurance. 
Since this policy will 
usually be in effect for 
many years, and since the 
death benefit is so critical; 
product guarantees are vital. 
Risk Sblfting 

As more new products 
were introduced, several 
insurance companies at- 
tempted to create com- 
petitive advantage, through 
lower premiums. The way 
. to lower premiums is to 

Lee Weiss 

Lee Weiss has joined 
First United, Realtors as 
training director. Weiss is 
recognized as a leading 
trainer in the real estate 
industry. 



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reduce the amount of same. It means you 

guarantees and increase the taking more of a risk, 

projected. benefits. This has created a 

This is a form of risk- potentially serious problem. 



insurance is a complicated, 
financial product, and 
proposals arc not always 
clear on what is guaranteed 



to be sold on a conservative 
basis. 
Editor's note: Alan 



member of a panel of 
financial experts 
preparing This Way to 



shifting, from the insurance Many buyers arc unaware and what is projected. 



carrier to the buyer. In that coverage may or may 

response, to the new not be in place in the 

competition,' many old line amount needed and for the 

companies have done the expected premium. Life 

Bank president 

to address Chamber 

Two bank presidents will Reservations may . be 

discuss the twin subjects of made by contacting Shirley professional advice. Sur 

how to form a relationship Fricdlander, •Chamber 

with a bank expects from executive director, at 



It is imperative that 
professional advisors and 
clients determine the levels 
of guarantee in any 
Survivor Life proposal. Ask 
that the product be shown at 
reduced interest rates in 
addition to the rate assumed. 
This is an' important 
decision that deserves 




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Nadolna is the 
consultant for Pacific 
Financial, Chicago, 
financial advisors to 
vivor Life is an important corporations and in- 
insurance product that has ' dividua Is. He is a 



Wealth. Your ques- 
tions are invited by 
writing to This Way 
to Wealth, 2203B 
Lakeside Dr., Ban- 
nockburn, IL 60015. 



its business customers. 

Their presentation will be 
made at the next luncheon 
meeting of the Greater 
Lincolnshire' Chamber of 

Commerce. The meeting 

will begin with an 11:30 

a.m. reception and noon 

lunch on Tuesday, June 12, Bank of Northbrook, and 

at Marriott's Lincolnshire Davis H. Curtis, president 

Resort, 10 Marriott • Dr., for five-years of the Bank of 

Lincolnshire: Buffalo Grove. 



(708)295-3111. The lun- 
cheon costs $15 for non 
members and $12 for mem- 
bers with cancellations to 
be made by 10 a.m. on the 
day of the meeting. 

The speakers will be John 
J. Hunt, president for 13- 
years of the First National 




The Northeastern Illinois Daytime Chapter American 
Business Women's Assn. it having their annual "Christmas in 
July" craft sale. The date of the tale is July 14 from 9 a.m.' to 4 p.m. 
The sale will be at the Holiday Irei located at 6161 W. Grand Ave., 
Gurnet Tables are available of rent and will be assigned in order that 
checks arrive Kalhy StoweU, - N.E. 111. ABWA. P.O. Box 9171, 
Waukegan, IL 60079-9171. A single table is $35 which includes 
breakfast, additional tablet are $25. Participants will be contacted with 
an assignment table number. ' ■_ 

A panel of real" estate experts will help clarify questions 
about property transactions at a free seminar, "The truth about real 
estate: inside infotmation you should know before closing your tale," 
to be presented June 12 at 7:30 p.m. by Home Federal Bank at their 
Graytlake office. 202 Center St For reservations, call Home Federal's 
mortgage department at (708)244-0880. Space it limited. 



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tax deferral of an IRA rollover. 



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quite well aware that robberies, burglaries and . 
worse are taking place every week within minutes 

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Yet you still don't have a home security system. 

The FBI says your- home is fifteen times less likely 
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by GLORIA DAVIS 

Lakeland Newspapers 



Film Review 



H BIrd on ji Wire" should draw a big 
enough audience on the strength of its 
stars, Mel Gibson and Goldie 
Hawa, but it would have been nice if 
the story had half the strength of their 
star power; 

Gibson plays, the same guy he, 
played in both "Lethal Weapon" 
movies, which will probably be OK 
With most viewers. Why argue with 
success? 

Hawn, who has turned in some very 
good performances since she became a 
mature actress, reverts back to her 
"Laugh-In days" and is back to playing 
cutsie bubble heads. 

The story asks, can an auto mechanic 
who has been on the federal witness 
protection program for 1 5 years and 
who stilt maintains the socialistic 
values of his hippie days get back 
together with an old flame; Qoldie, who 
has turned into a bonafide yuppie? ■ 
You'll have to see this one to find out 
Well give it three stars out of five 
just because a 100 minutes of Mel 
Gibson is enjoyable, no matter 
how one looks at it. 



Be there 



People who are interested in promot- 
ing classical music might want : to 
volunteer to help during the Lake For- 
est Symphony's July 4 . Concert on 
the Green. They need people for the 
ticket gates, concessions, ushers or peo- 
ple to assist the Concert on the Green 
staff in otherways. Call (708)234-3269 
if interested 

Crossfyre will be performing at the 
Sundance Saloon just outside of 
Mundelein this weekend. 

Reggae Sunsplash will be on the docket 
at Poplar Creek on June 22. 

The Greater Chicagoland Auc- 
tion, featuring antiques, sports cars, 
classics from the 1950s and 1960s, and 
muscle cars, is set for June 8-10, at the 
Volo Auto Museum in Volo. 
' A boon for Elvis fans is being held at 
the Sheraton O' Hare Hilton in Rose- 
monl, the Elvis Impersonators 
Convention, on June 8 and 9. Elvis 
impersonators slated to appear include 
Peter Guerin, Dave Ehlcrt, Dave Carlson 
and Dan Lentino. 

Speaking of the '50s and '60s, how 
about a sock hop? Immaculate Concep- 
tion's Caring Parent Organization will be 
holding a 'SOs-' 60s Sock Hop on 
June 9, from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m., in the 
school's parking lot in Waukegan, fol- 
lowing the Scoop the Loop. 

If dancing is your thing, also following 
Scoop the Loop is a Hang Out 
Dance at the J-M Club, on June 8, 
from' 9 p.m. Proceeds will go to 
Waukegan High School. 

For those of you who will be lucky 
enough to get tickets, one of the best of 
them ail, "The Phantom of the 
Opera? opened last week at the Audito- 
rium Theatre in Chicago. The run will 
be a considerable one, so if tickets are 
hard to get, keep trying; it's worth it. 

One of the Chicago area's longest run- 
ning and most popular musicals, 
M Pnmp Boys and Dinettes," will 
be continuing its run at the Forum 
Theatre in Summit through July 11 . 

Anyone interested in Lake County 
history will enjoy taking i \ taia 
through the Andrew Cook House 
and Museum, on Main W in Wau- 
coudtv OH (708)52ot?303 for 



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At a performance of 'Beau Jest', at the Halsted Theatre in toasting the future wedding are Bader and Grumet. From 

Chicago, David Bader, Gumee, a commodities broker at The left are cast members, Paul Rouffa, Genevieve Morrill, Pe- 

Board of Trade, was brought up on stage by a cast member ter Curren, Bemie Landis, Michael Coluccl and Roslyn 

at the curtain call of a recent performance where, on Alexander. In play young suitor converts to Judaism. In real 

bended knee, he proposed to his girlfriend Maria Grumet life, Bader's fiancee will do the converting, 
who said yes to the audience's delight. Couple in front 

Tell the World seeks new singers 



Singer from freshman high school age 
through age 33 are invited to join Tell 
The World contemporary choir for the 
1990-91 singing season. Rehearsals will 
be held on Sunday evenings at 7:30 p.m. 
and concerts presented at churches, in the 
community and surrounding areas by the 
group. 

Tell the World in sponsored by die 
Evangelical Free Church of Wauconda and 
directed by Walt Martin of Island Lake. 
Martin, a graduate of Valparaiso 
University and his wife, Miriam, a* 
graduate of Whcaton College, organized 
Tell the World in 1980 and have now been 
joined by Sherry and Mike Bagby of 
Crystal Lake. Th6ir more notable 
performances include two appearances on 
the Chicago Sunday Evening Club on 
Channel 1 1 , the Tommorrowland Stage at 
Walt Disney World, and competitions in 
Syracuse, N.Y. and Estcs Park, Col. 

"Here is a chance for Christian young 
people to make a musical contribution to 
the community while enjoying the social 
contact with like minded guys and gals," 
said Pastor Jerry Moore. Those who 
participated need not belong to the Free 
Church, and many different denominations 
are represented. This will be the 1 1th year 
for the group. 

Currently there are members of the 
group from Antioch, Barrington, Cary, 
Crystal Lake, Fox River Grove, 
Grayslake, Gurnee, Ingleside, Island Lake, 
Lake Zurich, Lakemoor, Lindenhurst, 
McHenry, North Chicago, Round Lake, 
Vernon Hills and West Dundee. 

- Members returning to the group will 
be: soprano - Barb Albert, Carrie 
Gardner, Julia Jackson, Lara Larson, Joy 
Martin, Trisha Schuerr, Trudi Werner; 
alto - Beth Bodellos, Lauren Bcrnau, 
Brcnda Dayton, Jenny Drcsscn, Heidi 
Evans, Heather Ghcra, Allison Hammock, 
Deb Lehmann, Anna Pickens; tenor - 
Doug Jennings, Mike Knight, Neil Laabs, 
Buddy Pride, Scott Schuerr; bass - Dave 
Carrick, Don Gaul, John Howell, Robert 
Larson, Jim Long; sound and lights - 
Scott Kokuska, Brenda and Bill Gabriel, 
John Hallman, Dave Johnson. 



Young men and women who would 
like to participate or would like to have 
more information are invited to call the 
Martins at (708)526-8306 for details. 

Symphony pi 
AU-American 

The Lake Forest Symphony proudly 
presents, "Effervescent Eleventh' Annual 
July 4 Concert-on-the-Green," 

Everything for an AU-American 
celebration has been planned, from 
beautiful picnic grounds, gourmet box ' - 
suppers and concession stands to 
everybody's favorite patriotic music. 

Conclude a perfect evening with the 
exciting "1812 Overture," complete with 
cannon and a spectacular fireworks display. 

Gates open at 3:30 p.m. at the Deer 

Path School Campus, 95 W. Deerpath 

•Rd., and the Lake Forest Symphony, 

conducted by Music Dir. Paul Anthony 

McRae, will perform at 7:30 p.m. 

Tickets for reserved tables are $14 for. 
adults and $7 for children. Reserved seats 
are $12 for adults and $6 for children, and 
unreserved lawn admission is $7 for adults 
and $3 for children. Lawn tickets may be 



Churches which would like to have the 
group sing for them are invited to call 
' now to arrange dates for the 1991 season. 
First rehearsal is Sunday, July 29. 

ans July 4 
celebration 

purchased on July 4 for $10 for adults and 
$4 for children. 

Box suppers, catered by Hcl's Kitchen, 
can also be purchased in advance with 
tickets. Don's Finest Foods and Sweets of 
Lake Forest will be selling concessions at 
the park. 

Tickets and box suppers can be ordered 
through the Lake Forest Symphony office 
or at the following ticket outlets: Don's 
Finest Foods, Lake Bluff Pharmacy, Lake 
Forest City Hall, Lake Forest Music Co., 
Sunset Foods (Lake Forest), Sunset Foods 
(Highland Park), Dominick's Finer Foods 
Inc., Banhockburn Green, The Field 
Violin Shop, Westwood Square and 
Helanders of Lake Forest. 

Handicapped parking and assistance are 
available upon request. For more 
information, call the Lake Forest 
Symphony offices during business hours 
at (708)295-2135. 



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McGillivray taking a Highland fling 



by MELISSA LEFLER 

There could have been no more welcome 
sight for Navy Lawyer James McGillivray 
last August than the wet, windy moors 
and hills of eastern Scotland, 

It seemed as if McGillivray, the son of 
Dr. James and Catherine McGillivray of 
Gurnee, had been preparing his entire life 
for, the day he would come to live in 
Scotland. 

To begin with, he has played the 
bagpipes for 20 years, competing in the 
United States and Canada while in high 
school. Whether in America,. Canada or 
Scotland, he feels downright comfortable 
in any of his half-dozen kilts - he has been 
wearing kilts for as long as he can 
remember. 

"Both my parents are from Scottish 
backgrounds. Scotland was my first choice 
for overseas orders,"- explained 
McGillivray, a Navy lieutenant who is 
assigned to the Navy Security Group 
Activity here as the legal officer. 

Home how for McGillivray, his wife, 
Martha, and year-old daughter, Catherine, 
is a farm cottage in the Scottish town of 
Mary Kirk, about nine miles from the 
Royal Air Force Base in Edzell. The U.S. 
Navy shares the base with the Scottish 
Defense Ministry. 

i "Mark Kirk is a tiny village, of about 
200 people. There's one pub in town, 
called the local.' 

"It's really a village center more than a 
bar. We can even lake our daughter, there 
are always kids and dogs in there." 

McGillivray said that he felt accepted 



by the people of the town right from the 
start. "Growing up in a Scottish home, it 
feels like home over here. My family has 
been invited to all the local teas, and last 
November, we were at the Guy Fawkes 
Day bonfire." 

Along with learning about their 
Scottish heritage, another tradition in the 
McGillivray family is an earnest belief 
and practice of their Catholic faith, 
including a Catholic school education. 
After graduating in 1978 from Carmel 
High School for Boys in- Mundelein, 
McGillivray naturally gravitated to the 
University of Notre Dame, where he 
earned. a bachelor of arts in English, in 
1982. At that point, he hesitated a bit 
about what path to take. 

"After Notre Dame, I wanted to go to 
graduate school, but I knew that jobs 
available for people with doctorates in 
English are limited. I didn't want to be (he 
best-educated cabbie in Chicago." 

At Notre Dame, McGillivray said, an 
English major encompassed a broad field 
of study, including theology and 
philosophy. He thought law seemed a. 
logical extension of these fields. While 
earning a law degree from Indiana 
University, McGillivray "sampled major 
fields of law," by clerking summers for a 
medical clinic, a law office, and a large 
corporation. What he learned was that he 
didn't want to be tied down to just one 
area of jurisprudence. 

"The Navy offers me the chance to 
practice all the specialties in the course of 
a year. I've riot been pigeonholed," he 



Penny lovers rebel 

Anti-penny 
legislature 



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by GLORIA DAVIS 

Lakeland Newspapers 

There is a strong drive in 
the federal legislature to al- 
most eliminate the use of 
the U. S. penny. 

This proposed law does 
allow using no less than 
five pennies at a time and 
no more than 25 of them in 



song only heard on the old- 
est but goodies shows. 

I know that one can't 
even use pennies in a park- 
ing meter anymore and 
penny loafers have been out 
of style for awhile. 

Of course Uncle Sam will 
make money if the bill 



while staring into an empty 
wallet Boy does that load 
of copper ballast in the 
bottom of my bag come in 
handy, then! 

Besides, a shiny copper 
penny has always been the 
most beautiful of our coins. 

So unless you're a Pinko- 




one transaction. 

This proposed law also 
seeks to have prices and 
taxes rounded out to the 
nearest nickel so as to 
eliminate, the reason for 
pennies. 

There is a group fighting 
the pending passing of this 
legislation known as 
Americans for Making 
Cents. 

This group took a survey 
that showed that 62 percent 
of adult Americans are for 
keeping the penny part of 
our legal tender. 

Agreed that one can no 
longer purchase much of 
anything with one, two or 
even four cents — but. this 
attempt by our lawmakers 
is probably one of the most 
un-American moves , since 
the flag hit the floor of *e 
Art Institute. | 

OK--OK-- so there is no 
more penny candy and 
"Pennies From Heaven" is a 



passes with taxes rounded Red subversive Japanese car 

lover, you'll sit right down 
and write your legislator 
about preserving the Indian- 
head coins that make-up one 
of our oldest heritages, be- 
sides penny loafers are 
bound to .come back in, 
then what will we do? 



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out and naturally up and the 
consumer will pay a higher 
price for goods for the same 
reason. Those pennies plus 
will add up. 

Yet just these nostalgic 
bits of Americana should be 
enough to keep that dear old 
copperhead in circulation. 

And furthermore, without O 
thinking very hard I can q 
quickly come up with two q 
important ways we are now q 
utilizing that good old cop- q 
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^Many stores and restau- y 
rants leave a dish on the Q 
counter where they toss' all q 
the odd pennies when the 
cashier takes payment then, 
when enough pennies are 
gathered, they go to a 
charitable cause. 

And I know there are a lot Q 
of gals like your columnist q 
who toss all the pennies q 
they get in change to the q 
bottom of their pursesmntil X 
they find themselves dying 
for a cup of, coffee- and, 



said. Military service was a comfortable 
career choice for other reasons, he 
revealed. 

"The military likes Catholic school kids 
because we know, how to take orders," he 
said, half joking, half serious. "As in 
Catholic school, we (sailors) never have 
to worry; about what to wear. This made 
for a smooth transition to Navy life," he 
concludes. 

The Navy baptized McGillivray not 
with water but with its own type of total 
immersion. When soon after, law school 
graduation, McGillivray reported to his 
first Navy job as a defense attorney for 
marines stationed at Camp LeJeune, N.C., 
he was plunged into a sea of legal cases. 

"I walked in the door, and they handed 
me a stack of cases," 'McGillivray 
remembers. McGillivray stood there, 
holding the file. He thinks he must have 
looked astonished, because the next words 
he heard were, "You're a lawyer, aren't 
you? This is it You've got folks in the 
brig; you'd better get over there." 

The philosophy of law is different in the 
military than in the civilian world, 
McGillivray learned, and he believes that 
is as it should be: "The military is 
ensuring discipline to a point that 
civilians wouldn't and shouldn't put up . 
with." 

In Scotland, McGillivray is on the 
command's side of the legal fence. He 
, works as the captain's attorney. This 
envelopes a wide range of legal duties for 
the sailors assigned to the command, from 
leases and landlord/tenant disputes, to 
contracts and consumer law. 

In addition, McGillivray combines his 
interest in British, Scottish and American 
military and civilian law when he teaches 
a "Law of War" course' to Highland 
military units. -Those Highland unit 
classes are not the only time when he 
makes the switch from lawyer to 
professor. Two nights a week, 
McGillivray - the unquelled English major 
• teaches college courses in English 
composition and critical writing for the 
University of Maryland's extension 
program offered to service people stationed 
overseas. 

Teaching sailors allows McGillivray to 
court his first sweetheart, the English 
language, and serves an additional 
purpose, community service. 

"One of the reasons I joined the Navy is 
that for me, to be in service is to be of 
service." 

Now, McGillivray is a reservist serving 
on active duty, which is how Navy 
lawyers start out 

"There is a program where I can stay in, 
and I am applying for that now." 




Lt. James Mc Gillivray 

McGillivray explained. With 
congressional budget cuts looming, 
McGillivray knows that some numbers 
may have to be juggled before new 
lawyers receive permanent commissions. 

"I'm not worried, because I can practice 
my profession anywhere," McGillivray 
said. "But I'd be very disappointed if I 
didn't get to stay in." 

When it's time to leave, McGillivray 
said, he'll most miss the 'local' - knowing 
that there, is a place to go to catch up on 
the town's news, and see friendly faces. 
And despite his predisposition to love 
Scotland, and his enthusiasm for all 
things Scottish, McGillivray admits that 
when he first arrived, he had to make 
adjustments, like any American. 

The chief adjustment was to. the 
unremitting rain and wind. "We came 
from North Carolina where we were into 
the whole beach scene: sailing, sun, the 
water. I had to learn to wear socks again," 
McGillivray said. But that wasn't the 
biggest hardship... 

"I was used to 56 tv channels. The BBC 
(British' Broadcasting Company) has four," 
he reported. "It was lough missing the 
Cubs last year when -they were in the 
division play-offs," McGillivray mourned. 
"The fans wailed many years for that and 
I was over here when if finally happened." 



Egan plays blues 

The new edition of the RoughHouse 
Blue Band will be appearing at 6 p.m., on 
the main stage, on June 14, at 
Libertyville Days. The band includes Egan 
on guitar, keyboard player Marie Holladay, 
Vernon Hills; drummer, Jake Zimmer, 
Highland Park, and bassist Kevin 
Donncllan, Libertyville. Egan formerly 
played with the band Jambalaya which 
toured with Fleetwood Mac in 1973. Egan 
is a Libertyville resident who has played 
the guitar since 1966. 



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Avon Twp. Social Club 



Senior* 50 yun plus ire invited to ittend the Avon Twp. Social Club 
meeting held an the second and fourth Monday of each month at the Avon 
Twp. Bldg., 433 E. Washington St., Round Lake Park. For more ' 
information call (708)223-7723 or (708)5464037 or (708)546-0 152. 

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BerWdaft foL» » Waukagan. Clinic hours are from 12:30 %o 430iwi.f 
Appchiwaati an mptmrf. They cm be aude by eallinf (708)223-»Q7 
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PWP invites all singles 

ParenU Without Pinners, Chapter 247 invites all single parents to a 
general meeting on Friday, June 8 st the Cabriolet Restaurant, Rtes. 21 ' 
and 137, Libcrtyville. Newcomers' orientation is at 8:30 p.m. The 
meeting will start at 9 p.m. with a short presentation by Jan Patterson, 
sign language interpreter and instructor, who will give instruction on sign 
language. Dancing and socializing will follow the program. Custody is 
not required for membership. For further information call (708)566-7929 
or (708)740-2028, 

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cafl Saity Petersen at (708)255-0299. WHtM^M 

Set two LaLeche meetings 

The LibertyvUle North Group of LaLeche League will meet at 12:45 
p.m. on Wednesday, June 13 in the Vernon Hills Village Halt on 290 
Evergreen Rd. "Baby arrives and the Family and the breastfed baby" will 
be among the topics discussed. For more information on the North Group 
call (708)356-5349. The Libcrtyville South Group LaLeche League will 
be meeting at 7:30 p.m. In the Community Room of the Vernon Hills 
Village Hall. "The art of breastfeeding: Tacts and fallacies," will be the 
topic of discussion. For further information on the South League call 
(708)234-4091 or (708)3600658. 



Qu Hters to meet 

The Northern Lake County Quillers Assn. ii having a monthly 
meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13 in the Wilton Room of the 
Lake Villa Diit. Library. For more information call Lauri Joseph 'at 
(708)356-6172. 

Annual chicken dinner 

Tbc softaal June Chicken Dinner at «he Millbuw C^aji^aiioeaJ 
Church, Rt ft. 'dS^irid Grass Lake; Rd.v MUIbum r wtthbe 
Wednesday, June 13. There will be three serving!'. 5, 6 and * 
reaeivatioaaniy. Porresefvauons caJl the church tecestsngs at ' 

Mothers of Twins Club 

Double Dilemma Mothers of Twins Qub will be meeting at 7:30 pm 
on Tuesday, June 12 at the Sherman's Center for Women's Health in 
Crystal Lake. The topic for this meeting is entitled "Interior decorating 
fun.' 1 For more information call Mary Ann Wille at (815)459-6648. 

;ers plan Dicnic 

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Reunion picnic 

Lake County Society for Human Development, a group of parents 
seeking to educate their sons and daughters with developmental and/or 
emotional disabilities is holding a reunion picnic from 10 a.m. to 2 pjn. 
on Saturday, June 16 at Bowen Park in Waukegan. Contact Artene at 

(708)872-1700 for more in formation. 



Gala, Auction 

Five Chicago area artists of nationally recognized stature will be part 
of a special gala auction Saturday, June 16 to benefit the Hinsdale Center 
for the Arts. Justine Vaughn, fabric artist, of Vernon Hills will be one of 
' the featured artists. The private gardens of Montefiori will be the backdrop 
for the gala hosted by Friends of the Hinsdale Center for the Arts. Tickets 
are $225 per couple and will feature the music of the Chicago Winds 
during cocktail hour. Dinner will be prepared by Como Inn Chef 
Augustino and dancing to the Peter Fleming Band is also planned. For 
reservations call (708)887 -0203. 

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Christian Singles to meet 

The Christian Singles group is composed of those who sire widowed, 
divorced, or never married. The group is non •denominational and 
welcomes new members anytime. On Saturday, June 9 at 7 p.m.. Rev. 
and Mrs. Ofer Amitai of Zion Faith Homes will be bringing music and 
devotions, in the Fireside Room at Calvary Temple, 450 Keller Ave., 
Waukegan. For further information call Marion S. at (708)872-3408 or 
Marion CS. at (708)872-5192. 




Combined Club Singles dance 



All singles are invited to the Combined Club Singles dance with the 
live music of Music Makers at 8:30 pjn. on Saturday, June 9, at the 
Ramada Inn, 2875 N. Milwaukee Ave., Northbrook. A fashion show will 
also be featured. Admission is $7. For more information call (312)725- 
3300. 



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The Lakctown Buskers, a 
versatile and talented string 
band will bring their wide- 
ranging repertoire of west- 
ern swing, old-time fiddle 
tunes, ragtime, bluegrass 
and jazz to the David Adler 
Cultural Center for two 
performances, 7:30 and 9:30 
p.m., on Saturday, June 16. 

Opening both shows for 
the Buskers will be blues 
guitarist, Curtis Crawford. 
Crawford performs both 
traditional and bottleneck 
guitar pieces as well as 
Hawaiian lap style, and ex- 
cels in performing the mu- 
sic of blues greats Blind 
Willie Johnson and Missis- 
sippi McDowell. 

Admission to the concert 
is $6 for adults, $5 for 
Cultural Center members, 
$3 for seniors and children 
five- 15, and free for children 
four and under. 

This program is pre- 
sented by the David Adler 
Cultural Center, a non- 
profit organization which 
sponsors cultural arts and 
humanities programs for 
individuals of all ages. 

This program is sup- 
ported in part by a grant 
from the Illinois Arts 
Council, a state agency, and 
by the National Endowment 
for the Arts. For informa- 
tion call (708)367-0707. 



Champagne Brunch 



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Deans and Faculty - Drake Theatre 

10:15 a.m. - Meet The Faculty And Explore 

Academic Programs, Financial 
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Call Admissions For Reservations 
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Volo auto auction June 8-10 



A joint presentation 
hosted by the Volo Auto 
Museum and Kruse 
International, the 17th 
annual edition of the Greater 
Chicagoland Auto Auction 
(Chicago '90) will take 
place on June 8 to 10 on 



Oldsmobile convertible! and 
a 1984 red Ferrari Boxer 
with a' tan leather interior 
and only 6,000 miles. 

On the muscle car side of 
the roster, high-horsepower 
consignments so far. include 
an all-original, numbers- 



the grounds, of the Volo matching 1970 Chevclle 

Auto Museum at 27640 W. LS6, a Hemi-powcrcd 1966 

Hwy. 120, in Volo. Dodge Coronet 500 with 

Featuring antiques, sports only 17,000 miles, a Hemi 

cars, classics from the '50s 1970 Dodge Challenger 2- 



and '60s, and a vast 
assortment of the finest 
muscle cars in the country, 
auctioneers Dean V. Kruse 
and Mitchell D. Kruse will 
lead a parade of over 600 
high-quality automobiles 
across the block during the 
three-day event which will 
have a collective value well 
in excess of SIS million. 
Prime attractions among 



door hardtop (one of only 
246 built) and a 1967 
Corvette equipped with a 
427 cubic-inch, 435 
horsepower V-8. 

Joe Bortz, the rehowed 
dream car collector and 

owner of the Blue Suede 
Shoes Auto Collection, 
will also be present, and has 
reserved three auction spaces 



cars already consigned which as of this writing, 



include a one-of-a-kind 1929 
4-door convertible Packard 
believed to be owned by 
German-born actress 
Marlene Dietrich! A 1956 
Mercedes Gullwing, a 1949 



have not been Tilled. 

Consignors are required to 
post an entry fee of $300 
for cars offered at a specified 
reserve, while cars offered at 
no reserve can be entered for 



Art adventure June 9 

Exhibitors from through- 5:30 p.m. and on Sunday, 
out Illinois, from Missouri, June 10 from noon to 6 



$200. Bidders must pay a 
$45 bidder's fee and provide 
proof of good funds, which 
are defined as cash, cashier's 
checks, traveler's checks, 

General admission is $6 
for adults, and $3 for 
children under 12 years of 
age. Check-in time for sale 
automobiles is from 9 a.m. 
to 6 p.m. on June 8, with 
the sale itself beginning 
promptly at 6 p.m. oh June 
8, with the sale itself 
beginning promptly at 6 
p.m. that evening, and 
continuing at 10 a.m. on 
Saturday, June 9 and 
Sunday, June 10. until all 
cars are sold. 

The Volo Museum, 
grounds are located on the 
north side of Rtc. 120, one- 
half mile west of Rtc. 12. 

For further information or 
to consign an auto, contact 
George Eber at the auction 
hot line (815)385-8408. 
Chicago '90 is one of five 
automotive events scheduled 
to take place on the grounds 
of the Volo Auto Museum 
this summer. 

Among these events, 




Taj Mahal 



Best of the Blues comes to the Woodstock Opera House as Taj Mahal pays his 
first visit at 6 and 9 p.m., on Saturday, June 9. He and delta blues queen, Rory 
Block perform two concerts. 



Free Car Wash 

Libcrtyville Assembly 
No. 33, International Order 
of Rainbow for Girls is 
sponsoring a free car wash 



Minnesota, Wisconsin, 
Georgia, Ohio and New 
.Mexico plus talented area 
craftspeople will be among 



p.m. 

Among the exhibitors 
will be Gloria Thomsen, 
Round Lake, exhibiting 



enthusiasts can also expect on Saturday, June 9 from 8 

to see the return of the fall a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the 

edition of Chicago '90, parking lot behind the 

which is slated for late Masonic Temple, 356 

September. Brainard Ave., Libcrtyville. 



those displaying a wide va- woodworking. Additional 

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Annual Summer Arts & tamed from ASA at 

Crafts Adventure to be pre- (708)9914748. 
sented by American Society 



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Palatine Plaza, Northwest 
Hwy., (Rte. 14) at Hicks 
Rd., Palatine on Saturday, 
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EYE CARE 

News, Views & Questions About Your Eyes 

By 

Robert L. Epstein, M.D., Director 

Illinois Center for Corrective Eye Surgery 

QUESTION: Can an infant's vision be tested? 

ANSWER: Yes. As a matter of fact, an Infant's eye sight should be tested as early as 
possible. Babies are sometimes bom with vision and eye problems Just tike they are 
born with other physical conditions. Modern testing procedures allow these conditions 
to be detected at birth so that corrective treatment can be planned. 
During the painless testing procedure, the baby looks at a video screen on which 
different types of stripes and patterns appear. Electrodes attached to the baby's head 
record brain waves created when the infant looks at the screen. If abnormal brain 
waves occur, the baby's eyes should be studied to identify the nature of the problem 
and to determine what corrective treatment, if any, is needed. If necessary the same 
corrective options used for older children and adults are available for babies including 
glasses, medication or surgery. 



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Saving money on 
your European vacation 

Part 1 - currency exchange 

by JIM WARNKEN, PRESIDENT 
NORTH STAR TRAVEL, INC. 

No, I cant tell you how to see "Europe on *25 a 
Day." Mr. Frommer has a good book for you 
\ student-types. But, I can offer some first-hand advice 
for the budget-conscious traveler. 

Trading those U.S. greenbacks for pounds, guilder, 
marks, etc., can get costly if you're not careful. 

Depending upon which airport you arrive at, you 
may find several exchange services willing to change 
your money. Don't just look at the posted exchange 
rate. Most also charge a commission which may not 
be posted. Shop and compare. 

Quite often, you will get a better exchange rate for 
travelers' checks than for U.S. currency. Also, H you 
change American Express travelers' checks at one of 
their overseas offices, you will not be charged any 
commission. 

Never, never change your money at your hotel. On 
'the average, they offer the worst exchange rates. 
Your best exchange rates will be at banks, but they 
are open even fewer hours than their U.S. 
counterparts. Some do have 24-hour branches 
located at train stations. 

The dollar Is gaining against most European 
currency, but don't expect to make money when 
changing back to greenbacks on your return home. 
Exchange only what you think you are going to need. 

With the dollar on the rise, though, it may be wise to 
use credit cards. You will pay the rate of exchange at 
the time you are billed, not at the time of purchase. 

Next week, we will talk about phoning the folks back 
home using something called a "phonecard." 



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Col. Bill watches cicadas circling his tree trunk 



As I watch for big backyard maple tree, 
the brown skeletons of the cicada making 
their way from ground to trunk and then 
upward are clearly visible. A few other 
things are changing loo. The bird feeder is 
not as busy since there is ample food 
everywhere. 

The first stage of their 17 year visit 
brings them from the ground; the second 
equips them with wings to travel, mate 
and reproduce. Another interesting by- 
product is squirrel behavior. They, too, 
avoid the bird feeder at this time and 
substitute succulent cicadas, which they 
munch upon, as they clear a pathway up 
the trunk to their nests. For the squirrels, 
it is a "gorgc-us' way to live these days. 

As many as I have asked, no one seems 
remotely interested in sampling these 
cicadas, including myself. If interested, 
however, it's said they taste like uncooked 
potatoes and a spicy sauce dip is 
recommended to avoid nausea. Cats and 
dogs may treat them like popcorn and 
overeat. This interesting phenomena 

Marriott opens 
children's show 



warrants attention of outdoor folks, if 
only to explain it to the kids. 

There is another type of young we can 
help most by ignoring them. Late spring 
and early summer brings offsprings of 
four legged and feathered creatures native 
to our area. The first reaction of most big- 
hearted people is to "save" these 
abandoned infants by taking care of them, 
possible in their own home. What people 
do not see, perhaps, is the animal's parent 
hiding in the background of off searching 
for food. Even if tempted to assist, resist, 
because it is usually more harmful then 
helpful. 

If you arc successful in raising an 
infant to adulthood, you have robbed him 
of his natural instincts for survival. Upon 
return to the area in which he was found 
and on his own, he probably would 
survive only briefly. 

Safe Boating Week was recognized 
nationally June 3-9. Most Illinois marinas 
and harbors arc already occupied and 



boaters have taken their annual shake- 
down cruises in search of needed 
precautions. Safe boating knows no 
calendar dates and must be observed 
whenever on the water. Safety afloat starts 
with being a gentleman all times, 




considerate of others, keeping your craft 
under control and holding your course in 
emergencies. Then, remember that boat 
fuel absolutely does not mix with alcohol 
or drugs. If necessary, designate a driver 
for the safety of your own passengers and 
those in other boats. 
Illinois boating accidents, last year. 



numbered 97 on record and were 
responsible for 14 deaths and 70 injuries. 
Cook and Lake Counties were highest; 
most operators had no formal boating 
instructions, but alleged 500 or more 
hours of experience. It's not always a 
beginner problem. Twenty-eight percent 
believed their accident was the fault of the 
other person based on careless operation. 

May through September are the high 
accident months with Sundays topping the 
list followed by Saturdays. Accidents 
occurred on clear days during good weather 
conditions and the majority were just 
cruising. The greatest causes were 
collisions with floating objects and 
capsizing, contact with other vessels, and 
being struck by a boat or propeller. 

The U.S. Coast Guard and its auxiliary 
are the best friends a boater can have. Call 
them at (1-312)353-0278 for information. 
Or call Illinois' Conservation Office (1- 
312)814-2070 for details of Coast Guard 
approved boating safety classes. 



Marriott's Lincolnshire 
Theatre for Young Audi- 
ences will present "The 
Sword and the Amulet," by 
Andrew J. Lupp. "The 
Sword and the Amulet," 
opens July 7 and closes 
Aug. 18. 

"The Sword and the 



and Aug. 14 at 10 a.m.; 
three Monday evenings, 
July 16, July 30, and Aug. 
6 at 7 p.m.; and one 
Wednesday, July 11 at 10 
a.m. 

Ticket prices arc $4.50 
in advance; S5.50 at the 
door. Groups of 15 or more 



Amulet," was written by are $4. Call (708)634-0351. 
Chicago actor, Andrew J. Each performance is ap- 
Lupp. It will be directed by proximately one hour in 
long time Marriott actor, length with a brief question 
Ray Frewen and will feature and answer session • 
live background music 
composed and played by 
Bob Sutter. 

Performances arc on the 
mainstage of Marriott's 
Lincolnshire Theatre, lo- 
cated on Milwaukee Ave., 
just south of Rte. 22, in 
Lincolnshire. 

Performances are Fridays 
at 10 a.m., Saturdays at 11 
a.m.; three Tuesday perfor- 
mances on July 10, July 24 



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Rehearsal Dinners & 
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5 Dining Rooms to acconrvnodate 
from 20-550. 

Special Discount for Friday 
Evening & Sunday Receptions. 



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No matter what is being used as the base for the salad 
you are serving, it is the dressing that will make it or break 
it For tossed salads, the choices are almost endless. Except 
for those vegetable salads that are marinated, the dressing 
should only be applied at the last minute. Otherwise, the 
vinegar in many dressings will "cook," or wilt, the greens 
and the salad will become unappetizingly soggy. 

These recipes were found in newly published, "The 
Complete Book of Sauces," by Sallie Y. Williams; 
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Old-fashioned French dressing 

When mother made salad dressing at home, this was it 
Serve with green salads, citrus salads or even cold meats, 
this is really an all-purpose dressing with lots of flavor. 

1/2 cup oil 

1/4 cup red wine vinegar 

1/.4 cup good quality chili sauce 

2 Tbl. sugar 

1 tsp. Dijon mustard 

1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 

1/2 small onion, minced 

1/4 tsp. paprika 

salt to taste 

Combine all the ingredients in a medium-size mixing 
bowl and beat well to blend. Let the dressing stand for ai 
least one hour to blend the flavors. 

Makes 1 1/2 cups. 

Jalapeno vinaigrette 

The bite from this peppery vinaigrette brings a little 
south -of- the- border taste to cold meat and shellfish salads. 
2/3 cup olive oil 
1/4 cup red wine vinegar 



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1 Tbl. Dijon mustard 

1 clove garlic, minced 

1/2 tsp. finely minced jalapeno pepper (be 

careful not to burn hands or eyes). 

1/4 cup chopped fresh coriander 

salt to taste. 

Whisk together all the ingredients in a medium-size 
mixing bowl. Let stand 30 minutes before using to blend 
the flavors. 

Oriental dressing 

While this is definitely a salad dressing, it is also very 
good with roast pork, hot or cold. The hot, nutty flavor 
with just a touch of acid will also perk up any pasta salad 
and make gril led . fish something extra special. 

1 Tbl. lemon rind 

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1/2 cup peanut oil ' 

1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 

1 Tbl. soy sauce 

1 Tbl. rice or white wine vinegar 

1 Tbl. peanut butter, chunky or smooth 
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food processor and pulse until finely chopped. Add the oil, 
lemon juice, soy saucy, vinegar, peanut butter and chili 
paste, and process until the mixture is thick and creamy. 
Season with salt and serve at room temperature. 

Makes about 1 cup. 

Poppyseed dressing 

Try this delicious combination on a fruit salad. Even the 
children will eat it all. 



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1/3 cup honey 

1/4 cup oil 

1 tsp. poppyseeds 

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Girl voted likely to succeed in '46 finally succeeds in '90 



by STEPH ENGLE 

Lakeland Newspapers 

Carol Lyons, voted "Most 
Likely to Succeed" in 1946 
by her high school class, 
finally succeeded when she 
graduated from Concordia 
University at the age of 62. 
Lyons, a resident of 
Inglcside, graduated with a 
bachelor of arts in 
education. 



Tvc finally fulfilled a life- 
long dream. I have been 
going to school on and off 
since I dropped out of high 
school after the death of my 
mother and I can't believe 
I'm finally graduating," 
Lyons said. 

She has attended various 
schools such as Bradley 
University, Northwestern 



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University and Concordia 
and piled up credits over the 
years. 

"I've taken classes -in 
numerous foreign languages 
and other subjects and I 
want to pass on what I've 
learned to children," she 
said. 

Lyons, known to many in 
the Lake County area as 
Carol Starr because of her 
past experiences as a union 
entertainer, completed her 
student teaching requirement 
at Ellis School in Round 
Lake Beach under the 
guidance of Toni Urbaitis. 



She graduated with a 
3 ,82/4.0 grade point average 
and her six children are very 
impressed. ^ 

"My kids,, including the 
two that, are currently in 
college, think this is 
wonderful," she said 
Her six children as well as 
her sister came from around 
the country to celebrate her 
graduation. Lyons and her 
husband Robert, a chef at 
Victory Memorial Hospital, 
held an open house for 
friends and family. 

As for the' future, Lyons 
said she has started sending 



hope he inspires other 
seniors to keep reaching for 
their dream like I did. It is 
very possible to reach your 
goals, even at my age.". 



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and hopes to land a job as a 
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teacher. 

"I have great enthusiasm 
and a great love for learning 
and I never want to stop. 
That's why I've never given 
up on my schooling, even 
though I had to drive two 
hours to Concordia and back 
every day," she said. 

Lyons attributes her 
success to the Lord. She 
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Diversity characterizes CLC Class of 1990 



Rainy skies didn't 
dampen the enthusiasm of 
the 851 students who 
graduated from the College 
of Lake* County. Clarence 
Page, Pultizer Prize 
winning journalist and 
syndicated columnist, 
delivered the commence- 
ment address and was 
awarded the CLC Out- 



standing Illinois Citizen 
Award, 

Like previous CLC 
graduating classes, diversity 
characterized the class of 
1990. Most of the graduates 
were female with 57 
percent, and the class ranged 
in age from 18 years old to 
66. The 21 to 30 age group 
was best represented with 



40 percent followed by the 
31 lo 40 age group with 24 
percent and the under 21 
group with 23 percent. The 
average age of the graduates 
was 29. 

The class represented 42 
different communities with- 
in Lake County and 29 
towns outside the county. 
The majority of graduates, 



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64 percent, came to CLC 
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County high schools. 

Of the 851 awards, 51 
percent were traditional 
"transfer" degrees; the 
associate of arts (140) and 
associate of science (270). 
Associate of applied science 
degrees accounted for 33 
percent of the total with 
certificates accounting for 
16 percent. 



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business at 18 percent, 
followed by physical 
sciences and biological/ 

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of 3,0-3.49), 75 graduated 
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About 

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Lakeland Newspapers 
salutes all the graduates 
who received diplomas for 
the 1989-90 school year. 
This section is a tribute to , 
those \ hard working and 
dedicated students who have 
taken a big step into the 
future. 
However, this section does 
not include graduation lists 
from all of the Lakeland 
area schools. The College 
of Lake County graduates 
will be published in next 
week's edition, as will 
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could not get their lists to 
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Lake Zurich High School lists the 
candidates for the 1990 graduating class. 
They are: 

Randy Abbott, Michelle Ackcrman, Brian 
Ackerson, Jaaon Adams, Leah Andenon, Scott 
Aicndt, Michelle Ashton, Diane Aturd, Matthew 
Augouiutoi, Carrie Augustin, Julie Bsumer, David 
Bcchiel, Jennifer Beterle, Thomas Beierle, Kristin 
Bemdt, Jennifer Biondo, David Buby, Laura Bland, 
Meliiu Bouen, Jon Bonne, Cherie Boston, James 
Boyle, Julie Bray. Helen Bredenberg, Christopher 
Broti, Wendy Brown, Christine Busselmaier, Heidi 
Butterbrodi, Brian Camp, Julie Campbell, Kristin 
Campbell, William Campbell, Kriua Campero, 
Brian Captay, Robert Carlien, Angela Caufrman, 
Karin Chisamore, Donna Chmidewski, Christopher 
ChocUey, Catherine Clark, Michael Clark, Monica 
Colasanti, Rachel Coomei, Suzanne Dahl, Anthony 



Dahm, Jr., Carolyn Daly, David Damptz, Kellie 
Davidson, Alissa' Franco, Thomas Degnan, Jack 
Denny, Steve DiFiore, Shyam Dixit, Jr., Charles' E. 
Dunlap, HI, Edwin John Dvorak, HI, William 
Thomas Betters, and Persephone Erven. 

Mitchell Falat, Antoinette Faraci, Melissa 
Ferrigno, Tracy Fitpold, Lon France, Denise Funk, 
Marguerite Gemady, Stacey Goebel, Deborah Gold, 
Rita Gorgoglione, Cathteen Goss, Whitney Greene, 
Matt Greenwood, Michael Grisamore, Paul Grooms, 
Agnes Grzesik, Karen Harcker, Gretchen Hammer- 
Dabrowski, Paul Harris, Jr., Lisa Henninger, Jason 
Hiemenz, Cheryl Horn buckle, Jeremy Horst, Aimee 
Hoyt, Julie Hunsaker, Christine Ocenaga, Robbie 
Irmen, Michael Jacobson, Heather Kaufman, Kory 
Kelly, Robert Ketchum, Timothy Kilian, Heidi 
Kief tud, Jeffrey Klinkert, James Kloss, Cinnamon 
Kokes, John Konui, Kristine Kowalczyk, Jennifer 



Wauconda High School 



Wauconda High School 
announces the 1990 
graduates. The following 
students were listed. 

Christopher Allen, Dale 
Aronson, Bernard Bahnsen, 
Sylvia Baho, Christina Balke, 
Jennifer Banas, Barbara 
Bertelsen, Brandan Bird, Susan 
Blasco, Eric Bowers, Eric 
Brooks, Angela Cairo, Brooke 
Canon, David Cashmore, Rae- 
Ann Cebulka, Sheri Cermak, 
Kevin Coats, Peter Coats, David 
Cohen, Bryson Cook, Joseph 
Conine, John Criiei. 

Richard Dixon,. Julie Djerf, 



Patrick Dunn, William Evans, 
Yvonne FerreU, Erin Fiorovante, 
Michael Ford, Mylee Gadzinskt, 
Robtn Gazda, Chris Geary, Troy 
Geary, Troy Geary, Kirsten 
Gemer, Paula Giacchetti, Thomas 
Griffiths. Kevin Harder, Kathryn 
Herrera, Christopher Houk, James 
Hovinen, Andrea Howard, Patrick 
Hukquisi, Michael Ingram II, 
Joseph James, Rebecca' 
Jessogne, Kimberley Johnsen, 
Peter Johnson, Tonya Kapelke, 
James Patrick Keith, Carl Kent, 
Jr., Kimberly Kirchherr, Michael 
Klekovic, Michael Knapp, David 
Krofel, Jeffrey Kruger. 
, Shelly Marie Kufeldt, Dawn 



St. Francis de Sales School 



St. Francis de Sales 
School in Lake Zurich 
announces it 1990 eighth 
grade graduating class. The 
graduating students are as 



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St. Matthew Lutheran 
School announces its 1990 

graduating Class. Graduating 
students are as follows; 

Michael Gragg, Rebecca 
Mueller, Michael Muraski, 
Kenneth Nuemann, Matthew 
Picrcey, Andrew Sinks, Dana 
Trost, and Kristy YundL 



follows; 

Sean Ackcrman, Ashley Barcum, 
Heather Buckley, Joey Culotta, 
Eileen Cunnie, Mac Dodds, Nicole 
Gagnon, Michael Koehler, Marc 
Koelper, Ted McHugh, Sarah 
Nutter, Lanndon Rose, Tara 
Stanton, Scott Staples, Mike 
Taugner, Gail Thill, J..B. Trexler, 
Tom Williams, Katie Arvidson, 
Ryan Carley, Tim Ciembronowicz, 
Carolyn Consolo, Ginny Gillotti, 
Robert Glazik, Ronald Hilliard. 
David maloney, Caeli McMahon, 
Ricky Naylor, Robert Orawiec, 
Douglas Ogurek, Michael 
Schtueter, Can Szyszka, Nicole 
Vasey, John Wascow, Vince 
Wasicluk, and Stephen Holm. 





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Kujak, Terrance Kuzniar, Samuel 
LandJs, Nicole Larson, Jeannine 
Lelito, Kelly Lincoln, Edward 
Lochmayer U, Jeri Lubeno, Derek 
Lungren, Michael Luri, Lori 
Mackua, Jason McCaslin, Kevin 
McGovem, Michael Mcintosh, 
Jennifer Merkner, Brian Mooney, 
Michelle Nielsen, Dion Niemo, 
Eric Niese, Shawn Nohava, 
Tracey O'Toole, Brandee 
Osborne, Roger Parelius, Jeffrey 
Clifford . Parmalee, Krisli 
Perciach, Charles Platcher, 
Robert Plemel, Edward Polnau, 
Wayne Pruchniak, Brian Pylea, 
Eric Reagan, Jeremy Rhoton, 
Richard Ringwald, Margarita 
Rosado, Lisa Sanew, Scou Sawin. 
Laura Scarlett. 

Robert Scarpelli, Julie Schaer, 
Trade Schmidt, David Schmilz, 
J. Schneider, Gregory 
Schrecengost, Matthew Schultz, 
James Sensabaugh, Charles 
Sineni HI. Rachael Smith, Tracy 
Smith, Tracy Smith, Scott 
Spitalli, Michelle Spoto, 
Michael Spoto, Michael 
Sprenger, Susan Stancliff, Doreen 
Stephens, Jason Stephens, 
Alison Sturdevant, Michael. 
Tarello, Michael Tremont, 
Matthew Van Diepen, Jonathan 
Van Dyke, Gene Walters, 
Christopher Wargaski, Daniel 
Wasilas, Kevin Way, William 
Weisgerber, Jason Wells, Jay 
White, Martin Wojciechowskt 
and Tracy Zapparato. 



Congratulations 

to our new grads & 

best of luck in the future! 

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Koza, Daniel Kraemer, Michelle Kubica, Ronda 
LaBarbera, Aimee Lawson, Chad Layton, Daniel 
Lednski, Hilary Lee, Krista Lee, Joseph Leineberg, 
Jeff Leisen, Jennifer Li, Alyssa Liveiey, Matthew 
Lossau, and Adrienne Lyles. 

Kerri Maddox, Kristopher Magle, Shawn 
Mahoney, Theresa Mamrot, James Mantone, 
Christopher Maravich, Jon Markl, Bryan Martorano, 
Scott Matthews, Sean Matyja, Kimberly Mayzak, 
Melanie Mean, John Medina, James Meierhoff, 
Linda Miller, Matthew Milner, In grid Mirkovich, 
Brian Mitchell, Jennifer Molitor, Nicholas Monahan, 
Christopher Moore, Dian Moore, Scott Morlock, 
Isabd Morales, John Morrow, Jennifer Morton, Jone 
Moss, Erin Murphy, Krista Musur, Garold Len 
NUlis, Jr., Rachel Nelson, Nicole Nichols, Carl 
Oginski, Tracy Ong, Gurdeep Oihee, Annette Pagh, 
Scott PaschslU Jerald P. Pegdow, Jr., Tracy Pens , 
Jason Permenter, John Petrow, James Pinder, James 
Polites, Amanda Potter, Michael Poterek, Bryant 
Powers, Andrew Prestayko, Christopher Radin, Todd 
Rdd, Jennifer Kozlowski-Renz, William Richtfort, 
Judith Roth, Cary RouUon, and Colten Rowland. 

Angela Sadowski, Tyese Sanchagrin, Mark 
Sanhamd, Rupal Sapovadia, JuUe Scacci, Todd 
Schavilje, Mdanie Schlicker, Rachael Schneider, 
Jennifer Schula , Donald Sch wake, Stefani Schweda, 
Brandon Schwieiert, Donald Searing, Jennifer 



Sedlack, Michelle Sdwenh, Corey Shamrock, James 
Smiley, Cary Smith, Cynthia Snet singer, Donald 
Snyder, Jennifer Soverino, Frank Spiiol, Kenneth 
Sprague, Tracey Sroka, Kileen Sumcel, David Steele, 
William Stevens, Wendy Stuebner, Chantal Sl 
Germain, Senga Swinton, Robert Syverson, Todd 
Alan Reynolds, Dan Richard, Sandra Rojas, Scot! 
Rosenquist, Gregory Rubens, Joseph Sadowski, 
Heather Savoca, Leslie Schag, Ryan SchaDc, Brian 
Schmidt, Matthew Searing, Brooke Shaheen, Travk 
Shannon, Tania Shailuck, Teresa Shattuck, Dawn 
Shirting, Jeremy Stegd, Sandra Stephkowski, Scou 
Sloas, Sheila Small, Tristan Smith, Matthew Snow, 
Karolyne Sprague, Connie Sprenger, Robert St- 
Germain, Todd Stimimin, Suzanne Stofleli, Robert 
Siolerow, Lena Strausser, Jeffrey Strauts, Elizabeth 
Stumpp, Heather Sullivan, David Surovitz, Karen , 
Surprise, Michelle Tabortk, Make Temko .Brian 
Tobin, Kelly Todd, Derek Toochette, Timothy 
Touhy, Robert Tovar, Prank Valenti, Brad 
VanWazer, Steven Varblow, Eidia Venegu, Jennifer 
Villaneal, Tara Von Fddt, Cart Waggoner, Nellie 
Walinski, Michad Walker, Rachd We tier. Jaime 
Wester Jeffrey Westman, Peter Whitfield, Brent 
Wilbur, Jamie Willis, Brian Wmkdman, Saraanlha 
Wise, Peter Woolsey, Kathryn Zumsteg, Jonathan 
Zurek, Matthew Zwun, Jason Miller, Tim Vogd, 
Tim Gozaola and Matthew Asevedo. 



North Chicago High School 



North Chicago High 
School announces the 
graduating students in the 
Class of 1990. The 
following students are 
graduates. 

Brian Adams, Kutina Adams, 
Donald Adriatico, Shakoora 
Ahmad, To Use Alexander, 
Bertram Anding, Mirasol Bdaga, 
Tammaney Bamctt, Shongalisa 
Bartley, Jennifer Baugbman, 
Anna Beverly, Brian Blanchard, 
Shyrlena Bogard, Ramont 
Booker, Michelle Brannon, 
Michael Brich, Steven Bridges, 
Lizinda Brown, Michelle Brown, 
Craig Burton, Norman Cabell, 
Angelique Callahan, Maricela 
Cervantes, Norma Cervantes, 
Vontrell Cleave. 

Shawndra Coleman, Shironda 
Coleman, Tim Coleman, Ricardo 
Colin, James Cunningham, 
Pamela Curry, Joseph Danidson, 
John Davis, Tonja Davis, 
Nichole Duncan, Kevin Edwards, 
Patricia Edwards, Mdissa Ellis, 
Christine Estrella, Doria Evans, 



Renee Evans, William Ferris II, 
Charles Anthony Fowler, 
Michael Franklin U, Jermaine 
Garrett, Crystal Geater, Nickey 
Geater, Diane Gilbert, Alexandra 
Gomez, Matthew ' Gray,- Milton 
Greathouse, Donnesha Griffin, 
Adam Hamilton, Mark Hamilton, 
Ninus Hampton, Anthony Hann, 
Michael Hicks, Frederick Hill, 
Jr.. Margo Hill. 

Darwin Hooper,. Kurt Honor, 
Robert Jackson, Shuronda Jett, 
Cortesa Johnson, Perry Johnson, 
Sam Johnson, Jr., Eleanor Jones, 
Lysander Jones, Tasha 
Kuykendall, Jeffrey Lantz, 
Jeannean Lezine, Tyrone Under, 
Shawn Logan, Sr., Eric Danell 
Lyon, Gonzalo Martinez, 
ReginaJd Mathews, Amity May, 
Michael McClelland, Arthur 
McGec, Jr., Alison McKenzie, 
Latashia McKinney, Kim Miller, 
Fredric MiUer, George Mitchell, 
Jr., Tara Mohn, Kimberly Moore, 
Rickey Nance, Wesley Neville, 
Jacqueline Niemietz, Roshcll 
Nix, Elizabeth Norton,, Andrea 
Norwood, Anna Pabdlon, Dand 



Palmer, Manuel Pate, Eugene 
Patterson D, Thaddcus Peyton, . 
Troy Piersott, Brenda Porftl, 
Sheree Powers. 

Lawrence Quinn, Jr., Nathid 
Ramberan, Albert Richmond, 
Shelton Robinson, William 
Robinson, Marina V ill acres, 
Lamont . Sampson 1 , Chris 
. Schellenberg, Jacqueline Scott, 
J Kimwana Scott, Tasha Scott, Tina 
Scott, Alisa Shortridge, Rebecca 
Shortridge, Benjamin Simpson, 
Jr., Malcolm Horton-Smtih, 
Shawn Starts, Kevin Starr, 
Adrena Taylor, Charles Taylor, 
Deandre Taylor. 

Miched Taylor, Carta Thomas, 
Jacqueline Thompson, LaChelle 
Thompson, Lashal Tucker; 
Renessa Turner, Ronique Usher, 
Sheila Vasser, Terry Vickers, 
Gregory Wade, Sheri West, David 
Whitmire, Earneitine 

Whittington, Rondd Wiley, 
William Wilkins. Elisha 
Williams, Pamela Arnetta 
Williams,' Nicoteja Wright, 
Shane Wright, James Young and 
Leshone Young. 



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we wish you success 




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Stevenson High School 



Stevenson High School salutes the 
graduating Class of 1990. 

Robert Adamovic, Amy Anderson, Caprice 
Anderson/Wendy Anderton, Miuhew Andrade, 
Chllyere Anglin, Steven AnU, Jonathan Annie, 
Steven Auer, Jon Babiak, Kimberly Baker, Giselle 
Ballad, Shavil Bar-Nahum, Chriitian Barren, Aimee 
Baitosh, Kelley Battles , Jeffrey Bauer, Jeffrey Becker, 
Robert Bekndorf, Jennifer Bell, Steve Bendlola, 
Samantha Benito, Carolyn Benlley, Mitchell 
SBerenaon, Whitney Bergfeld, Aimee Beriant, Robert 
Beuermann, Craig Bewick, Opmderjit Bhella, Jason 
Blake, Kevin Blou, Anna Bocla, Cynthia 
Boehmer.Aron Bomitain, Michele Boulay, Deanna 
Bralko, Heidi Braver, Jefferson Brock, Jacelyn Brady, 
Jonathan Brooke, Christine Brown, Chad Brownin|, - 
Kriili Bruner, John Builgarii, Nicole Burgeti, 
Samuel- Bumap, B.Tara Buney, Jason Campbell, 
Wood row Cannon II, Colleen Cozolas, Francis 
Cemy, Jr., Kathryn Cha, Summer Chance, Scott 
Chodaih, Daily Choi, Tarda Criitina Chorkawyj, 
and Geoffrey Qmttophenen. 

Adam Clark, Jean Clark, Jennifer Codell, 
Nooihin Cohanim, Michael Cohen, Tiafrir Cohen, 
Alba Coleman, Mario Cordova, Carl Cornell, Daniel 
Cornell, II, Kevin Coakren, Julianna Cucci, Maria 
Cudia, Camile Culp, San Cunningham, Tyrone 
Cunin, Criflin Cyrus, Chrittopher Daley, Daniel 
Danecker, Michele Davidson, John Davis, Susan 
Dawson, Michele DeClerca, Goelle DeJocig, 
Christopher Dell, Willima Demuth, U, Brian Detroy, 
Stephanie Diamond, Heather Doench, Steven 
Dorfman, Brian Dud a, Jeffrey DuDe Voire, Cetin 
Durmua, Rex Eaman, Jill Ehncr, Michelle Edmons, 
Jamie Einhom, Kenneth Einhom, Andrea Eiifcldt, 
Jason Brwin, Noel Esbjom, Paul Evans, Shawn 
Fancy, Melissa Falk, Gail Famigjio, Donna Fasano, 
Sara Feldman, Vanessa Ferrin, Alexander Feygin, 
Brian Fkgel, and Paul Fiegen, Jr. 

Shelley Fisher. KEvin Flodin, Jerry FoHett, 
David Force, Deborah Ford, Diane Ford, Sallma 
Fortin, Kimberly Foisleck, Angela Francone, 
Johnathon Freeman, Jeisica Friedman, Robin 
Galasso, Ramiro Garcia, Jason Gelberd, Joseph John 
GhiooJ, m, Marcus Glunptetro, Robert Glovsky, 
Elina Gorelik, Boris Gorokhovsky, Jeffrey Gnss, 
Amy Greenberg, Daniel Greenberg, Michelle 
Greenberg, Jennifer Greene, Justin Greene, Jonathan 
Gregg,. Atiza Grosi, Karyn Goni, Edward Grove, 
Adam Gryglas, Aranzazu Guena, Alan Haberkamp, 
i Ryan Hagerup, Michael Hahn, Paul Hanibn, Caihryn 
Harris, Stephen Harthfield, Lawrence Hauler, 
Chriitian Heaney, Charlene Hecht, Eva Heeren, 
Sharon Hefler, Lynette Hehritier, Tara Helmbock, 
Iiabelte Herbaut, Robert Hershinow, David 
'Heydenbuig, Eric Hokanion, Jennifer Holden, and 
Cheryl Hoppe, 

Glenn House, Gregory House, Brigid Howard, 
Lisa Howe, Lisa Hucke, Gregory Ingles, Brooke 
Jacobs, Deborah Jaffe, Jason Jang, Derrick Jenner, 
Erika Johnson, Jennifer Jones, Donald Joseph, 
Santhosh Joseph, Emily Kalmus, Jennifer Kalupiki, 
Donald Kamy, MaUhew Karm, Jeffrey Karp, Bradley 



Kalz, Bryan Katz, Lauren Kaufman, Michelle 
Kaufman, Eric Kaufmann, Stephanie Kijac, Raphael 
Kim, Leah Kimmelman, Robert King, Rochelle 
Klatkin, Deanna Klein, Brian Klewer, Kimberly 
Klingberg, Robyn Knappneberger, Jason Knegten, 
Karl Kochendorfer, Jennifer Konnih, Stacy Kopff, 
James Koplos, Wendy Koiowiki, Jelena Kovcin, 
Craig i Kowltt, . Jennifer Kracower,. William 
Knniberger, Lauren Kravitz, Todd Krennrich, 
Jillanne Kreutz, Douglas Krinsky, Jordon Kruse, 
Roger Kubiz, Karyn Laskey, Jennifer Leesman, 
Mark LeGrand, David Lehunan, Linda Lentin, and 
Kevin Lemer. 

Melisu Letofsky, Michael Lettecd, Cori Levin, 
Brian Lewin, Dale Lewis, Eric Lin, Michael Linehan, 
Michael Utwin, David Locander, Michael Locasio, 
April Lombardo. Willima Luby. Matthew Ludwig, 
Adam Lyndon, Robin Lyons, Nils Madsen, Lealy 
Muban, Gina Markeae, Brian Martin, Sandar Mattis, 
Keith Mayfield, Amy McComas, Robert McDonieL 
Todd McDermid, Maureen McDonough, Seth 
MoGaughy, Jason McGraw, Edward McKee, Juih 
McKown, Robert Mete, Joel Michael, Samuel 
Mdanek, Mark Milozzo, Marija lAillic, Jennifer 
Miller, Nicole Miller, Suzama Mohr. Kelly Month . 
Jeffrey Morgan, DArcy Morowitz, Joanne Morris, 
Danielle Mone, Michael Moaner, Erich Mueller, 
Mara Naselti, John Negovctich, Eric Nelson, Trisian 
Nepote, Amy Neumann, Todd Neville, Janice 
Newcomb, Gregory Ney, Michael Nichols, and 
Joseph Niles. 

Scott Noeaen, Tanja NorveU, Maruke Nyhan, 
Matthew O'Dwyer, Henry Oh,, Dana Ohren, Dana 
Olson; Kristin Olson, Shannon O'Malley; Willima 
OHeilly, ID, David Omstein, Charles Osicka, Chris 
Owens, Brian Palmquist, Jacqueline Pamerleau, 
Barbara Pamula, Jody Panzer, Zach Park, Justin 
Parker, Brian Pemick, Jennifer Perry, Ted Pickett, 
Yuri Piniker, Miranda Plennert, Bryan Pletcher, 
Vladimir Polevoy, Chriiu Polnau, Christopher 
Portlier, Carrie Powen, Michael Pricone, Tracy 
Provo, Donald Radke, Elizabeth Ragland, Tina 
Rajski, Susan Rakintzis, Kristen Rangel, Brian 
Ratajczak, Jennifer Reed, Alan Reliman, Brian 
Richter, Danielle Rickard, Robert Riddle, Carolyn 
Ring, Sarah Rizzo, Christine Rodbro, Blakely 
Rodgen, Stephanie Rogers, Carta Rosa, Michael 
Roienblatt,' Rebecca Rosenfeld, Randy Rosset, 
Denise Royaler, John Rozcnihtein, and J, Taylor 
Rushing. 

Rhonda Saddler, Kara Salgantk, Anthony 
Salmeri, Alexandra Sanchez, Sokdad Sanchez, HoUy 
Sanders, David Satinover, Mamie Sax, Gary 
Sea gl lone, Michelle Schar, Elaine Schneider, 
Jennifer SchoU, Lee Schor, Edward Schotz, John 
SchuUian, Jeff Schultz, Jamie Schwartz, Shawn 
Scott, Vance Seaman, Michael Seckler, Patrick 
Sekely, Chriitine Sempetrean, Chriitian Sendef, 
Kristen Serene, Mrupai Shah, Rachel e Shapiro, 
Cynthia Sharpe, Lisa Sher, Maria Shin, David Siena, 
Allison Silver, Todd Singer, Tnci Singer, Tod 
Skarecky, Steven Skerios, Randi Slivka, Stephen 
Silwiniki, Kimberly Slove, Crisul Smith, Sucie 



Smith, David Snelder, Dora So, Lisa Sonenlhal, 
Lynn Song, Jeff Sparks, Robert Speicher, Evan 
Spies, Vadim Sprikut, Lee Steffeni, Adam Stewart, 
Scott S toll, Lauren Siotler, Jolynn Story, Peter 
Stouienburg, Nichols Stump, and Timothy Sullivan. 
Jennifer Symonds, Patricia Synak, Scott 
Tallman, Klmberley Thompson, Jennifer Tilbury, 
Anette Tokich, March Tokich, Jason Tong, Olga 
Torgovnik, Melisu Tresness, Dianne Trillo, Scott 
Tumbull, Tammy VanZandt, Saraya Vazquez, 
Anthony Vece, Kevin Venino, Marzeus Villaraza, 



White, Gretchen White, Paula Whittlesey, Jay 
Wilder, Kelly Wilhelm, Kriitin Wilkinson, Richard 
WilleU, Deborah Wilson, John Wilion, Stacy 
Wilson, Jason Wits, Tressa Woelfel, Marcui Wolfe, 
Chad Wollheim, Shelley Wullenweber, Jeffrey 
Young, Jamie Zack, David Zuber, and Judd Zusei 
Blrgit Wagichal. Mark Waldrop, Tod dWales, 
Michele Walten, Tom Wang, Brian Weglarz, Brent 
Weibel, Genevieve Weinberg, Shawn Weiner, Ted 
Weiner, Arthur Weill, Jeremy wemick. Dale West, 
Stephen Westerners, Kimberly Wheeler, Derrick 



Viking Jr. High (Gurnee) 



Viking Junior High 
School applauds the 
graduating class of 1990. 

Jonathan Aaltonen, Gregroy 
Abney, Jason Albright, Deidre 
Anderson, Michael Austin, Maria 
Bannister, Cheryl Barker, Bnndee 
Bayless, Christopher Beake, Steven 
Becker, Kirsien Berggren, Joshua 
Bishop, Mark Bitto, Scott 
Bjorkman, Eric Blankley, Amy 
Bock, Jason Bonnert, Richard 
Nolan Bouma, Jr., James Boxinis, 
Pamela Brown, Richie Cashmore, 
Kimberly Clark, Alii ion Park, 
Albion Cocco, Donate ColelU, 
Kelly Cooper, Melanie Cope, 
Tiffany Corbeil, Scan Crevier, 
Scott Dahlgren," Julie Davis, 
Leonard DeBoey, Jedediah 
DeFilippo, Mariana DeLaGarza, 
Melanie DeRossi, Jennifer DeVen, 
Brian, DeVore, Joieph Digilio, 
Charles Lloyd Donelli, Jr., Shawna 
Dulian, Dean Dunakih. Tiffany 
Egil, Dawn Ferguson, Jennifer 
Fiedler, Jeranuah Florio', Christine 
Folsom, Angie Foreman, Sean 
Fox, Sharlyn Fox, Melius Frey, 
Donald Friedkmd 

Rachel Friedman, David Friend, 
Petr Furlari, Virginia-Rae 
Gallegos, Salil Gandhi, Keith 
Gibour, Jennifer Glides, Sherine 
Gorman, Tami Gray, Jennifer 
Grazier, Carta Grubbs, Jamie 
Gruenwald, Christina Gumbert, 
Erin Habeggcr, Steven Hall, 
Crisul Hampton', peter Hansen, 
Grady Harmon, Heather Haymaker, 
Beth Hemersbach, Eric 
Hendrickson, Scott Hightower, 
MaryAnne Jewell, Wendy 
Johnson, Sanh Jones, Brandon 
King, Jason King, Jason Klemm, 
Jeffrey Knapp, Courtney Koncan, 



Peter Kufahl, Anthony Largo, 
RuiseU Leafblad, Lisa Leginski, 
Peter Lemmon, William Lenz, • 
Drew Leilie, Holly Long, Johns 
Biihoff Loach D, Matthew Lux, 
Carolyn Lynch, Nicole McGnth, 
David McLeOan, Jessica Maiulis, 
Michael Molloy, Eric Munha, 
Jeffrey Nicholas. Danijela Nikolic, 
Kristy O'Brien, \ Voula 
Pantetopouloa, and Kelly Partridge. 

Andrew Pekkarinen, Paola 
PineUo, Jennifer Pre* kill, Andrea 
Quiroga, Brandon Quill, Derek 
Ramiden, Derek Reed, Robert 
Reed, Michelle Reeder, Jacob 
Re i chert, Karla Reinemann, 
Jennifer Roberts, Sony a Robinson, 
Michelle Roode, Jeremy Salmi, 
Ryan Server, Denise Schneider, 
Jennifer Schwamlein, Douglas 
Self, Laura Shafer, Jason 
Shamrock, Kimberly Shultii, 
Bamaby Simpson, Lisa Siiinokrak, 

Phillip Skvarce, Nicole Snyder, 
Julie Stach, Lindiay Stahl, Jody 



Academy Graduates 



Twelve students- will be 
graduating from the Lake 
Shore Catholic Academy 
this spring. 

These graduates are as 
follows: 

Angie Bravo, Yesenia 
Carrillo, Diane Jesenovec, 
Christie Koll, Larry Lewis, 
Delores Moscsel, Dininnc 
Neal, Carmclita Rcid. Theresa 
Rodriguez, Ken Scgcr, 
Shannon Smith, and Latoshia 
Williams. 



Best. Wishes for , the 
Future 

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GOOD LUCK! 

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Lake Zurich 

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Stephens, Kimberly Stoner, 
Andrew Strahan, Arm Sykora, 
Brian Szewczyk, Donald Taft, ' 
Sofia Tapia, Edward Thomas, 
Eileen Tiffany, Keri Tohnie, Jaime 
Tomasiewicz, Jose Toro, Brian 
David Twadell. Alhea Aim Vela, 
Mike Viirre, Shaun Waldman, 
Christopher WaUin, Patrick 
Watson, Damond Wheat, Jessica 
Weatherwax, Jeffrey Weir, Laura 
Wooster, Steven Zandiowicz. 



Oak Grove School 



Graduating students of 
Oak Grove School District 
#68, Libertyvilte are: Mark 

Aiderson, Catherine Attest, Shawn 
Bairstow, Laura Bender, Sarah 
Biihop, Rebecca Came, Adam 
Coleman, James Comcrford IB, 
Kirsien Coroneos, Kirk Detlie, 
Allans Domas, Hanney Eltoumi, 
Giles Everirt, Jennifer Folk, Jodi 
Gabler, Erik Gerdes, Monica 
Giles, Jennifer Gretzema, 
Matthew Haase, Jonathon 
Habenki, Karen Haney, Matthew 
HoUiman, Richard Kapple and 
Elizabeth Klauaer. 

Benjamin Kweton, Jason Liu, 
Katherine Lutz, Stephanie Lyons, 
Mark Manhart, Becky Merrill, 
Stacy Morgan, Brian Narajowski, 
Jeffrey Nevina, Stuart Pleiman, 
Mark Procop, Kimberly Pross, 
Ryan Przybyl, Braun Rosen, 
Rebecca Schey, Jcnna So rem en, 
Stephanie Sugars, Jennifer 
Thickpenny, Charles Thomas Jr., 
Priscilla Thomas, Angela 
Vervilot. Jeffrey Jo Ghin Wong, 
Christopher Zimmerman, Mary 
Zurefc. 



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V graduating class of 1990! 

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Antioch Community High School 



Aniioch Community High School has 
listed the 1990 candidates for graduation. 
Graduating with honors are: Kaunyna 

Adamczyk, Karen Adams, Tanya Albeit, Matthew 
Baright, Gilbert Barrientoi, Brian Beatty, Kenneth 
Bell, Linda Berkid, Julie. Brandt, Jennifer Butchko, 
Duane Butenichoen, Caryn Caitellanot, Kaiherine 
Chcila, Lynette Qiriitenten, Erik Gttadino, David 
Cliuion, John Cole, Nicole Corrii, Mary Cramer, 
Patricia Crumpler, Matthew Davidson, Laura 
Delano, Christina Delany, Philip DeLaurentii, 
Cynthia Dewar, Cynthia Btfering, Debra Engle, 
Mark Erickion, Angela Exarhakos, Kenneth Femra, 
Miranda Flood, Jennifer Forreit, Cart Galdinc, 
Stephen Coetzelman, Jennifer Gonki. Kriaten 
Granbcrgi Christopher Griffin, Adam Grinde, 
Thomas Groth, Tun Gunderaon, Deanna Hallwai, 
1 Michelle Hansen, Jennifer Harris, Patricia Holly, 
Brian Hovey, Jennifer Hribar, Kathryn Janus z, 
Andrew Johnion, Elaine Johnson, Chriitopher 
Kapaalii, David Keller, Jennifer Keown, Deborah 
King, Wendy Koehlcr, Jeremy Lee, Andrew Leech, 
Gregg Locher, Aliion Lynch, Andrew Makela, and 
Michael Malson. 

John Marshall, Kenneth Mattion. Susan 
McAloon, Hope Miller, Ryan Moore, Jennifer 
Morris, Heather Morriisey, Glen A. Osmond, III, 
Daniel Pierce, Daniel Pinka, Wayne Richard Pius, 
Jr., Michelle Pleszkewycz, Kelly Pramshafer, Todd 
Pretre, Krisun Quentin, Angela Rauch, Thomas 
Reisch, Benjamin Roger*. Kurt Rohde, Timothy 
Rommen, Kimberly Rosa, Michelle Rosinski, 
Timothy Rudolph, Steven Ruscko, Joshua Saxe, 
Diane Schlipper, Dina Sillers, Julie Skrypnyk, 
Raymond SUteris, Michael Styskal, Ronald Taylor, 
Gregory Teegen, Keith Tikovitsch, Tonya Tointon, 
Thomas Wandolowski, Brian West, David Weston, 
Kimberly White, and Janie Yanca. 

Antioch Community High School 

1990 graduates: Deem Allie, Kelly Anderson, 
Mikelle Anderson, Mark Appelt, Matthew 
Aschbacher, Chad Ashley, Laurie Atwell, Elaine 
Bakula, Terrence Baltowe, Jill Banks, Samuel A. 
Bames, HI, Michael Barrett, Michael Bartolain, 
Chriitopher Beattie, Patric Ramond Bcatu'e Q, Jeffrey 
Becker, Bradley Bchling, Jeffrey Benes, Matthew 
Bennett, Julie Beran, Theodore Bermuth, Michelle 
Birkenmeyer, Jenny Blackman, Andreas Bohman, 
Adam Boyer, Justin Brooks, Brian Brown, Eugene 
Brown, Christopher Brucci, Scot Burrell, Heather 
Byrne, Carl Campbell, Michael Campbell, Keith 
Garden, Christopher Carlson, Tammy Casagrande, 
Tina Casagrande, Monica Chavez, Richard 
Cheterbok, Scott Cimaglio, Jerry Clark, Terence 
Clark, Teresa Clifford, Lisa Conrad, Wendy Coikey, 
Karen Cote, Todd Crandall, Danielle Cullen, James 
Curley, Eric Dahl, Marcus Daley, Kevin Da we, 
Edward Dawson. Jon DeBemardis, Waller William 
Delaney, III, Philipp Demptey, Michael Denman, 
Kimberly Dichl, Christina Dietz, Deniie Dretske, 
Dawn Dniic, Meliisa Dunned, Jeffery Eaton, Janel 



Eckcrt, Jeiie Edgel, Clara Eng, Kelly Erickson, 
Brian Emit, Thayna Bmiuneyer, Thomai Ethington, 
Dave Fabry, Jennifer Fabry, Dawn Faulkner, Eugene 
Ray Feely, Jr., Brian Fehrenbacher, Joseph Fiiher, 
Tracy Fitzgerald, Teregene Flores, Jason Fogel, Kipp 
Fort, and Tary Forth. 

Joseph Fragias, Samuel Frank ion, William 
Frohmeier, Randy Frost, David Giida, Erin Gannon, 
Christopher Garcia, Timothy Garland, Lynda Gates, 
Meliasa Gilley, Jonathan Glidden, Laura Golin, ' 
Tammy Gollon, Sheryl Gordon, Glenn Graham, 
Nicholas Grams, William Graustau, Cart Grate, Eric 
Gugel, Amy Gontharp, Chrii tine Guniher, Catherine 
Guzli, Cassandra Hale, Edward Patrick HaleyTlr., 
Brian Hanrahan, David Hamnfioa, lody Hart, Aaryan 
Haucer, Jason Hauler, Michael Hauier, Richard 
Ifayhurst, Lisa Henricksen, Jill Hinei, Mark 
Hotstrom, Pete Haule, Wendy Hucker, Christine 
Hunt, Jason Hyerdali, Russell Jackson, Rikke Jagd, 
Jeremy Janis, Jeremy Janiky , Katherine Jester, Karl 
B. Johaneaen, Jr., Elizabeth Johnson, Matthew 
Johnson, Tamn Johnson, Timothy Jones, Arthur 
Jordan, Harold Kabd, Carrie Kacen, Dale Kandaora, 
Katherine Kane, Heather Kappler, Karen Kanuinski, 
Christina Kehrer, Chad Kellogg, Patrick Kelly, 
Louts Kent, and Julie Haczalc, 

Christopher Kowalewski, Wayne Kowalski, 

Renee Koza, Jennifer Kuechle, Kenneth Kuhfuis, 

Todd Kupsak, Lisa Kurylo, Daniel Lamb, John 

Langdon, Nicole Larson, RacAnn Lary, Jennifer 

Lehmann, Christopehr Lehner, Michele 

Levandowski, Kristen Weeks/Linden, Michael Little, 

Beth Lolmaugh, Vincent Losacco, Brent Lubkeman, 

Jason Makar, Dory Malicki, James Maloney, 

Dimitrios Maravelas, Elizabeth Markiel, Jennifer 

Millie, David Mayer, Shawn McGee, Harry Gene 

McGuire, Jr., Alicea Meyer, Tracy Michalowicz, 

Sherry Michaliki, Jason Miedema, Lisa Miosi, 

Jeffery Mitterling, Angels Molidor, Scott Moore, 

'Mark Moran, Shawn Muhlbaier, Holly Muihinski, 

Michele Nerini, Nicole Nerini, Triiha Neubauer, 

Alex Neul, David Neumann, Darwin Oelkers, Wayne 

01 sen, Peter Omberg, Ruth Osborne, Chomcdy 

Osmond, Kimberly Oitrander, Ryan Ovitt, Mike 

Pack, Kimberly Pankauikas, Chriitopher Parker, 

Mark Parker, Andrea Payne, Matthew Pederson, 

Matthew Pelland, Robert Perry, and James Penman. 

Daniel Pfeifer, Robert Pinto, Roman 

Piskorowski, Robert Plechaty, Krislie Pomrening, 

Steve Power, Keith Powers, Michael Priller, Robin 

Ram age, Warren Regnier, Christine Reining, Craig 

Rench, jeffery Rey, Erica Richter, Kristi Richter, 

Jeff Ring, Lance Rockstroh, Erica Rogala, Joseph 

Rohde, Scott Rojas, Doug Ropa, James Roper, 

Margaret Rosin, Daniel Rumps, David Sals, Anissa 

Santiago, Marcie Scheskie, Pam Schoen, Susan 

Schrocder, Harry Schugart, Dawn Scroggin, 

Christopher Seemann, Jennifer Sereda, Gregory 

Shaer, William Shales, Bryan Shaughnesty, Ryan 

Shea, Mark Sheridan, Jacqueline Sherwood, Michael 

Shipman, Sandra Ship way, Kurt Siebel, Jennifer 

Sigler, Michele Skrypt, Sean Slymtn, David Smith, 



Jason Smith, April S,<*>lak, Ryan Sunek, Loren ' 
Stanton, Richard Starr, Jennifer Steece, Lisa Steele, 
Joseph Stewart, Kriiline S trunk, Jason Studt, 
Michael Sukach, Tan Summers, Michele Swanson, 
and Patrick Swierk. 

Christina Tabar, Randi Terry, Mike Theis, 
Marcus Thompson, Ja ion Todd, Jason Traynor, 
Daryl Unrein, Georg Valach, Aaron Patten, Shannon 
VanPrice, Erik Vanderbrink, Christina VanHom, 
Christopher Vamo, Michael Videlka, Roberto 



ViUaneal, Belinda Voelz, Michele Wagner, Vickie 
Wallace, Carin WaUh, Shawn Webster, David G. 
Wechselberger, IL Brian Weeks, Nicole Wells, Debra 
Wertz, James White, Can Wigginton, Angela 
Williams, Nicole Williams, Ronald Williams, 
Whitney Williams, Colleen Willis, William Wilson, 
Darin Winckler, Douglas Windahl, James Wisch, 
Valerie Wolf, Jermaine Wright, Tract Wright, 
Barbara Wurm, Amanda Yant, Andrea Youngberg, 
SlaceyZbyUit, and Beth Zielinski . 



Lake Villa Intermediate School 



Lake Villa Intermediate has 
announced its 1990 
graduates for this spring. 
The graduates are as 

follows: Melissa Alexander, 
Cassandra Bailey, Amanda 
B aright. Mirk Bazata, Mike 
Beadle, Ryan Beall, Leslie 
Beckey, Eric Bechelli, Erica 
Bchling, Cheryl Bell, Jaime 
Benziger, Joe Bleyer, Pauline 
Bock, Sean Boring, David 
Brkecka, Steve Bryngelson, 
Brook Campbell, Jennifer 
Carlson, Nicole Carole, Nicole 
Caron, Matt Carpenter, 
Kirnmee Cashmore, Mario 
Chingo, Lori Clark, Chris 
Colclough, Elizabeth Coxon, 
Courtney Croon, Don 
DeBello, John DeBocr, 
Georgette Demos, Stcphin 
DeRue, Chris Dietrich, Matt 
Dohrmann, Nina Durniat, 
Elizabeth Earl, qiana Earley, 
Richard Egan, Scott Engligh, 
Mike Estep, Allen Foster, 
Willy Fredcrickson, Brandi 
Freese, Nicole Goodwin, 
Jeremy Govekar, Nicole 
Gradowski, Erin Grana, 
Shannon Groh, Mike 
Hamilton, Leif Hanson, Laura 
Harris, Daniel Heater, Chris 
Hcil, William Henson. Becky 
Hilgart, Morgan Hirst, Tanya 
Hofler, Sean Hoover, Brian 



Calvary Christian 



The 1990 graduates of 
Calvary Christina School in 

Lake Villa are: Melissa Backes, 
David LeLond, Melissa Merkh, 
Matt Stove and Julie Whitmore. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF *90 

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Con^ratftlatioiis 
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Linden Barber Shop 

2050 E. Grand Ave. 

Lindenhurst, IL 

(708)356-0679 




Hribar, Allison Hudson, 
Michael Huyett, David 
Johnson, David Jones, Renee 
Joseph, Tracy Katason, 
William Kelly, Michele 
Kilarski, Ryan Koenig, Joel 
Kos. Jennifer Kruse, Caryn 
Krewer, Billie Jo Krysalc, 
Nicole Kudrin, Heather Kwak, 
Philip Kwiek, Kelly Landgren, 
Marty Lawless, Chris Lawn, 
Christina Liehert, Jennifer 
Liske, Joseph Loffredo, 
Jennifer Lolmaugh, Shelly 
Madsen, Erin Maloney, Kara 
M smell, Dan Martinsen, 
Rebecca Masucci, ross 
Matlock, Brock Maxwell, 
Natalie May, George Mikel, 
Jason Miller, Amanda 
Molidor, Nadine Morley, Heidi 
Moynihan, Amy Myers, David 
Nader, Ahmad Nassr, Melissa 
Nathan, Therese Nichol, 
Jayme Niemchick, Maria 
Notis, Eric Oerly, Louis 
Oplawski, John Osmond, 
Pantoja, Doug Patterson, 
Christine Pederson, Kevin 
Penelle, Jason Peters, Heather 



Philipp, Dave Pitts, Steve 
Pittman, Michael Poulsen, 

Evan Priday, Donald 
Procunier, Jaime Prorok, 
Bonnie Puplava, Jennifer 
Reining, Kim Reuter, R. J. 
Rings, Ryan Ripley, Chad 
Sampson, Kate Schmitt, Brian 
Schnabel, David Schran, Beth 
Schullz, Eric Senica, Patrick 
Shannon, Katie Shelley, Keely 
Simoniisch, Jonathan So warn 
. Erik Spelhaug, Dawn Stachel, 
Jeffrey Stark, Shelly Stewart, , 
Kery Strysick, Jill Stubner, 
Jeanette Studt, Brett Swanson, 
Sebastian Szyjka, Jeff 
Tatgenhorst, Cgrissy Terry, 
Renee Tessman, Kim Tugglc, 
Lenee Turner, Chris Visconti, 
Janet Wais, Dawn Walker, 
Lorine Watldns, Joe Weber, 
Jim Wegletz, Mike Wenand, 
R. J. Wienke, Michelle 
Wilier, Jennifer Williams, 
John Williams, Trenna 
Winkles, Jennifer Winquist, 
Lisa Wright, Jennifer Yamell, 
Phillip Zellmer, Rebecca 
Ziolek, and Robert Zwissler. 



Prince of Peace 



Graduating students of 
Prince of Peace School, 
Lake Villa are: Justin Bard, 

Julie Casey, Christopher 
Czerwinski, Maria DeAngelis, 
Jonathon Duddles, Lisa EUerbrock, 
Elaine Giannakakis, Stephanie 



Gopp, Jessica Gundrum, Katherine 
Kerkman and Marie KocJper. 

Regina Porvaznik, Richard 
Shefferson, Michael Stephenson, 
Matthew Tschanz, Marc Vitello, 
Shannon Walsh, Jaime Wisler, 
Mary Wolff, Gregory Wozrdak and 
Anne Ziclin ski. 



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Warren Two. High School lists the 
candidates for 1990 graduation. They are: 

Eileen AbeHaneda, Jennifer Amei, Deborah Anast, 
Scott Ander, Camala Andenon, Todd Anielm, Helen 
Athanasopoulos, Joe Bailey, Robcc. Bailey, Jr., 
Bcthiny Biker, Christy Baker, Stacy Baker, Keith 
Baley, Marc Bardi, Edward Barteli, John Bands, 
Rory Basovsky, Ronald Becker, Davin Beltran, Sean 
Betjum, Khnberlee Birky, Jeff Blada, Kerry Bock, 
Marie Bock, Elizabeth Bodenloi, HUy Bordfeld, 
Christopher Berwick, Robert Bouford, Terry Bower, 
Erika Brilo, Ginger Brooks, Brett Brown, Mary Ann 
Brown, Thomas Brown, David Bros, Ann Bullock, 
Blake Beating, Karen Bush, Chrittopher Butwill, 
Hilda Calanea, JenneUe CaldweU, and Richard 
Carano. , 

Candice Charltan, Marc Christina, Andrew Clark, 
Stephanie Clauier, Debia Combs, Michael Com, 



Shawn Corsi, Melissa Cotter, Kimberiy Craig, 
There m Creaney, Aimer Croox, Rachel Curtis, Amy 
Czamecfd, Eric Dthlgren, Robert Dahm, Deborah 
Danielson, Sheryl Daniel ion, Julie Dtvii, Sampreeti 
De, Karen Deaton, Bricka Deloireyei, Kelly 
Demptki, Karla DiBenedetto, Eric Dierki, Airne 
Dietmeyer, Rebecca Dietmeyer, John Dilg, Raymond 
Dixon, Paul Dizon, Cynthia Dluhoi, Chriiiopher 
Donaldson, Haley Downs, E Thomai Drake, Marc 
Druce-Hoffman, Chad Dubeau, Amanda Dunakin, 
Bryan Duncan, and Rachel Dyiangco. 

Sean Earl, Gregory Eckerle, Jeffrey Edwards, 
Nicole Edwardi, Anthony Eftnger, Lance Egli, 
Kimberiy Elfering, Amy EILiion, Jennifer Ellison, 
Tiffany Emerick, Robert Allen Enger, Ul, Catherine 
Enz, Kristine Erickion, June Estrada, Brenda 
Faktico, Anna Filai, Kevin Fith, Colette Fleming, 
Kaihryn Flood, Kimberiy Flory, Richard William 



Woodland Junior High SchooB 



Woodland Junior High School has 
announced its eighth grade candidates for 
graduation. Graduates are: William J. Adams, 

Jr., Amy Alexander, Kerri Allen, Eric Anderson, 
Joseph R. Angeloi, ID, Ekaterini Apiihii, Gloria 
Arispe, Amanda Amdt, Candace Arvidion, Christina 
Baggerry, Kaihryn Babnei, Josephine Barcarse, April 
BameU, Spencer Bamett, Joel Baseley, William . 
Beniinger, Jason Bergren, Steven Bird, Holden 
Bixler, Margaret Bodenlos, Rachel Bond, Donald • 
Bordeau, Anthony Breuicher, Man Briggs, Lynn . 

Brock, Grethe Brubeck, Brian Bmesch, Christopher 
CaldweU, Veronica Car rill o, Anthony Cerone, 
Melissa Chriitman, Benjamin Cizowski, Jerry 
Cockrum, Jason Collier, Sean Combs, Katie 
Cooper, Jevon Cox, Shanna Craig, Lizabeth 
Cruickshank, Melissa Cywinski, Arthur 
Czajkowski, Karly Dsro, Jori Davis,' Dashawn 
Davis, Marissa DeJesUs, Edgar DeMeyer, Justin 
DePauw, Damone Dc Vaughn, David Deiler, Joel 
Diercks, and Christopher Dollcr. 

Adam Donald, Heather Droog, Amy Ducak, 

Groffrey Edwards, Justin Esienpreis, Michael Firon, 
Carlene Flofc, Rebecca Flood, Nedda Fontanilla, 
Carta Frechette, Anna Gates, Bret Gave, Grace 
Gaviha, William Gilvear, Sucy Goldschen, Kimi 
Gomick, Chartoue Gray, HoUy Gunderson, Amber 
Hahn, Benjamin Hanson, Samaiha Harms, Rachel' 
Harris, Angela Hatch, Lisa Herbst, Jeremy Holden, 
Tanya' Holik, Kimberiy Hrdina, Craig Hubcr, 
Michael Hubrich, Hodoop Ibrahim, Jerold Irabagon, 

' Kristen Johnsen, Heather Johnson, Jack Johnson, , 
Michael Johnson, Lynsey Jones, Carolyn 

' Kaczmaryn, Daniel Kalbfleisch, Jackie Kennedy, 
Kate Kennedy, Marty Kennedy, Kevin King, Jason 
King si and, Ronald Kirby II, Lee Klemp, Eric 
Klingenberg, Tina Knowles, Colleen Koeneke, 
Christopher Kohn, and Andrew Kreutziger. 



Karen Kronenberger, Shane Krupinski, Christina 
Kruschwitz, Paul Lachel, Andrew Landmann, Lisa 
Landsverk, Carl Lewis, Michael Lombardo, Daniel 
Losser, Pritcilla Louis, Debra Lubkeman, Derek 
Lutz, Jennifer Maday, Rudolph Magna, III, Jodi 
Magnani, Joseph Majewski, Can Manderino, Joseph 
Manges, Angela Maniaci, Harry Markus, Stephanie 
Markus, Jill Marsh, Holli Martin. Tinecka Martin, 
Paul Martinez, III, Fernando Mateo, Michelle 
Mclnturff, David Mecklenburg, Kevin Merrill, 
Michael Mezo, Gregory Mitchell, Christy Morby, 
Jeffrey Morrow, Amy Mygland, Michael Naden, 
Peter Nadreau, Ivan Najarro, Brian Neubauer, Radica 
Obretkovich, Danielle Oprea, Nathan Percival, 
Griselda Perez, Levi Pettit, Abigail Pins, Amanda 
Pitts, Tomaiz Pokomy, Jennifer Porreca, Gerald 
Potts, Gi an carlo Pro fen na, and Leonard Queen. 

Brian Quigley, Amy Renaud, Deni Riccolo, 
Burgundy Robinson, Kelly Rofflc, Kenneth Rogers, 
Joseph Rompella, Amber Ronald, Kimberiy Ross, 
Megan Ryan, Angela Sadrianna, Mario Saldana, 
Vania Saldana, Heather Sams, Kimberiy Sarmcnto, 
Scott Schick, Sandra SChon, Autumn Scbciter, 
Kellie Sexton, Jodi Simoncelli, Jennifer Sivley, 
Jennifer Slobodzian, Monique Smith, Sean Smith, 
Daniel Sommerville, Michael Sundcven, Sean 
Staniec, Mark Stateler, Holly Steele, David 
Steepleton, Sheri Stefanich, Christian Siorbeck, 
Cynthia Storvick, Brian Storvik, Charles St ran sky, 
Panida Tantipathananandh, Heather Thatcher, Derek 
Threlkeld, Christina Thunderbudc, Andrea Townsley, 
Branson Trasatii, Theodore Tsitiridis, James Tucker, 
Konstantine Tzavaras, Nubia Uvaldo, Nicole Vale, 
Christopher VanSkyock, Danielle Vance. 

Valerie Venirioe, Brian Vergin, Curtis Vogel, 
David Wall, Matthew Wallace, Traci Warrens, Laurie 
Webb. Erin Webster, Gary M. Weir. Jr., Rebecca 
White, Jamie Wickeraheim, Jamie Wiggins, Caleb 
Willi ami, Monica Zaucha, and JoAnn Zawislak. 



Friend, Ul, Helen Fry, Shelley Gardner, Kimberiy 
Gave, Gary Gavina, Duitin Gehrig, Mark Geiger, 
Christopher Geissler, Cheryl Geist.CKrisavge 
Giannakakis, Cory Gibs, Christopher Gibbs, 
Jennifer Gillespie, Jodie Gimbd, Caroline Gipp, and 
Carrie Gomick. 

Jorjean Goschy, Bryan Grabowski, Diallo Grace, 
Katie Graeser, John Gramer, Keith Gray, Lawrence 
Griffin, Alan Grimes, William Grimes, Katina 
Grubb, Brad Grass, Rebecca Guzikowski, Kirsty 
Hankins, Erik Hansen, John Hansen, Michael 
Hansen, Melissa Harju, Scott Harris, Lynelte 
Haubrich, Amy Hauman, Kari Hawkins, Erik Heinz, 
Wendy Hell item, Chris Hendley, Trista Hermanscn, 
John Joseph Hird, Jr., Corista Hill, Lisa Hloros, 
John Raymond Hoiby, Jr., Kenneth Holverson, 
Melissa Holway, Dave Huffhines, Brett Jackson, 
Christine Janda, Mark Jarrell, and Marcus Jenkins. 

Matthew Jewell, Jennifer Johnson, Keith. 
Johnson, Brenda Jones, Cory Jones, Catherine Jose, 
Julianna Judd, Leigh Kahle, Matthew Kangas, 
Nicholas Kanka, Kim Karry, John Joseph Kelly, Jr., 
Jamie Kerkorian, Tricia Kile, Kerry King, Jeff 
Kistler, Robert Klemm, Michael Knight, Keith 
Knutson, Kevin Knutson, Matthew Kobe), Katarina 
Kojic, Paul Komkasem, Heidi Koth, Scott Kurth, 
Robert Lamb, Christopher Lambregtse, Dena 
Lawson, Shelley Lawyer, Matthew Lenz, Susan 
Leslie, Helena tin, Michael Locke, Lisa Long, and 
DougLuczak. 

Jason Luft, Eric Lynch, Michael P. Lynch, Jr., 
Carrie Maday,' Janice Makda, Robyn Maki, MarceUa 
Maldonado, Sonia Maldonado, Ralph Edward Malec, 
Jr., Eric Marker, Genefer Martell, Dave Matovich, 
Sonia McClelland, Gary McCormick, Lisa 
McGinnis, Brendan McNab, Heather Mellon, Tara 
Meyers, Michael Mihevc, Robert Milchuck, Brenda 
Miller, Brent Miller, Neil Miller, Shane Miltimore, 
Craig Mivihek, Kari Moe, Sherri Moore, Chad 
Mulholland, Kimberiy Muller, Jennifer Mullins, 
Amarilis Munoz, Laura Murillo, Colleen Nagle, 



Donald Neargarder, Sarah Neiburgcr, Cynthia 
Nettnin, and William Neuhalfen. 

Chryiul Noelte, Christine Normoyle, Sean 
O'Machel, Heather Olejcak, Leigh Ostrander, Kevin 
Otis, Jamahl Packard, Brian Pence, Gonzalo Perez, 
Jr., Patricia Perez, Carin Pfeiffer, Jennifer Piver, 
Karen Planey, Janusz Pokomy, Lonnie Potter, 
Michael Pollen, Joelle Radke, Catherine Raeck, 
Josephine Ramirez, Inger Rasmussen, Jennifer 
Raucci, Debra Raudio, Susan Reed, Richard Reich, 
Bryon Reynolds, Juvy Rodriguez, Sheila Rodriguez, 
Julie Roode, Devin Roush, Quendy Rucker, 
Timothy Ryan, Kimberiy Sachsel, Frank Saltla, and 
Mike! Samson. 

Dan Sanders, Mark Saaser, Jessica Scherer, 
Joseph Schimanski, Amy Schreiber, Carrie 
Schreiber, Crystal Schumacker, Nichael Schwab, 
Lesley Seibert, Tina Sell, Wade Seveska, Russell 
Sherlock, Soctt Shisler, Christine Sibley, Timothy 
Sica, Gregory Simmons, Michael Sinnokrak, Sean 
Smith, James Smolich, Abner John Snell, ID, Ron 
Solum, Suzanne Sommer, Phillip SpiUer, Tanya 
Spindler, Cory Stanley, Penny Stanley, Metanie 
Steckel, Jason Stephen, Scon Stevenson, Stephen 
Sirclzyk, Greg Strigin, Brian Szempruch, Bryan 
Tanneberger, Bageere Taylor, Beth Taylor, and Sean 
Taylor. 

Michelle Templeton, Amy Tepper, Aaron 
Testard, Paula Thielitz, Natalie Thomas, Caroline 
Thorp, David Tilus, Edwin Tipler, David Tiskus, 
David Tomasiewicz, Melissa Toro, Patirck Toto, 
Martha Tsitiridis, Teresa Turner, Karen Uhlir, Kim 
Uhlir, Eladio Jesus Valdez, IB, Kristen VanLake, 
Carrie Velkover, Christine Vendetli, Cariia Vergin, 
Christine Walker, Tammy Waliher, Christopher 
Walton, John Warwick, David Wascoe, Erika 
Weaiherwax, Timothy Weaver, Melissa Webster, 
Heather Wells, Nathan Welton, Rebecca Welton, 
Ellen Werdermann, William Werner, Margaret Will, 
Michelle Wincke), Michelle Wright, Daniel Ycsbcck, 
and Robert Young. 



Fox Lake Grade School 



Fox Lake Grade School 
lists the graduating Class of 

1990. Amity Allen, Shannon 
Arrajj, Andrew Barthcll, Dora 
Basielt, William Brashear, Aaron 
Bryant, Jill Brothenon. Julio 
Casarrubias, Sean Casey, Amy 
Caialano, Shannon Chadwick, 
Wayne Clements, Evelyn Dicrdorf, 
David Dowdy, Rhonda Enkine, 
Christian Falster, Jessica Farrcll, 
John Scott Gebert II, April 
Glauser, Jason Grooms, Merita 
Hatani, Matthew Humprhy, Steven 
Hurst, Kaihryn Jackson, Keith 
Kaminscky, Jennifer Katalinidi, 
Kerry Koop, Harry Larson, Paul 
Lehecka, Ray Lewis, Robert 



McClain. and Krisii McDonough. 

Dana Magness, Bryan Maheu, 
Deron Malone, Leroy Martinez, 
Rachel Montgomery, Gorman 
Moy, Jennifer Nieves, Michele 
Noah, Jackie Paladino, Joshua 
Pierce, Shawn Powers, Christopher 
Pugesek, Brandon Ratajc7.uk, Kelly 
Reck, Yvonne Rodgers, Christine 



Ruito, Courtney Schmidt, Tammy 
Schmitt, Angelica Silva, Heidi 
Soma, Zachary Spraetz, Randall 
Studzinski, Richard Swanson, 
Jozsef Szakact, Wendy Thlelsen, 
Edward Tiedje, Thomas Usrcy, 
Manuel Valadez, Thomas Watson, 
Michael WaychofT, Dorian Willis, 
and Mary Wolff, 



St. Patrick School 



St. Patrick School in 
Wads worth names the 1990 
graduating class. They are: 

David Aruguete, Tery Balanag, 
Margaret Ballard, Peter Barbosa, 
Matthew Bellefeuille, Jeffrey 
Grampovnik, Amanda Grum, Sarah 



Kwiecinski, Mary Beth Malec, 
Timothy Marabella, Jason 
Martinucd, KEnneth Pascual, Eric 
Pettengill, Amie Pultorak, Robert . 
Rung, Mark Sabor, Clark Sell, 
Christopher Sheridan, Michelle 
Smith, Lynn Steffens, and Joshua 
WilletL 







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Class of '90 



Grayslake Citgo 

Corner of Rtel'83 & Center St. 
Grayslake, IL 

(708)223-3220 



Best Wishes to the 
Graduates! 

Dr.'s Sellke, Conlon, 
Reily & Lippincott. 

_— 30 N. Slusser 
55 Grayslake, IL 

Jaaa (708)223-2876 




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Congratulations 
Class of 90 

J & L One Stop 
Food Mart 

Rte. 120 & Hainesville Rd. 
Hainesville, IL 



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To the Graduating 

Class of 1990 

STATE FARM INSURANCE 

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Grayslake, IL 
(708)223-5882 



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to the 
Class of 90 

Ram Rental, Inc 



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KK Hamsher 

Funeral Home 

12 N. Pistakee Lake Rd. 

Fox Lake, IL 

(708)587-2100 



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Class of '90 

J SL iOue Stop 
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E. Rollins Rd. |^ 
Ingleside, IL D 



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Jason we're very proud of you) 

Altmans Flower & Gift Pox 

1035 N. Cedar Lake Rd. 



Round Lake, IL 60073 







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Magee Middle School 



Magce Middle School in Round Lake 
presents the 1990 graduating dm as; Suzette 

Abel, Miity Ackenon, Jacob Adams, Jody Adams, 
Sarah Alsimo, Walter Alvartnia, Frank Amelio, 
Michael Angellotti, Deanna Appleby, Eric 
Armiirang, Greg Armitrang, Peggy Armitrong, Lori 
Aiay, Eric Ash worth, Yolanda Avila, Leonard Ball, 
Laura Banulii, Vaneiia Bamei, Kara Bunco, Thomas 
Barmen, Melitta BarUett, Paul Baitlett, Caiandra 
Bin. David Bail, Dianna Bauer, Melliia Bauer, Ryan 
Bauer, Shawna Bauer, Luther Belcher, Wesley 
Bidden lUdt, Jacob Billing* , Carolyn Black, Brian 
Blackburn, Terry Bodck, Fernando Bonilli, Theresa 
Bourii, Hannah Bowers, Anthony Bravi, Michael 
Brilmyer, Richard Bromund, Nerriita Brown, Rachel 



Burcharn, Brent Burrii, James Bun, Daniel Buzbee, 
Ana Caballero, Brian Callot, Steven Carlion, Sean 
Carlton, Jane Carter, Victor Caitillon, Yolanca 
Caitro, Cryital CenUnni, Alex Chlewicki, Mel 
Chriitenien, Mike Chriitenten, Jennifer Ciancio, 
Daniel Clark, Jaion Cobb, Jose Coboi, Debbie 
Cohen Brian Colter, Brian Convene, Monica Cooti, 
Eva Cordova, Juan Cordova, Linda Cox, Michele 
Cross, Timothy Curu'n, Bill Cuiker, Kelly Dalton, 
John Danieli, Maria Davila, Stephen Deal, Brenda 
DeLaCruz, Heather Demith, Erick Denault, Jennifer 
Diaz, Joie Diaz, Chrii Dietz, Daniel Diomede, 
Heather Douglai, (Catherine* Edwards, Thomai 
Edwardi, Michael Eggert, Jaion Farner, Richard 
Fernandez, James Filers, Kari Fiiher, Melissa 



Ftumefreddo, Juitin Fleming, Joseph Flora, Erin 
Foley, Adam Ford, Kimberiy Forest, Jennifer Fryar, 
Ginger Frydrych, Winnie Galdine, Belinda Garcia, 
Francisco Garcia, Kim Gardner, Jamie Gaum, 
Colleen Gilley, Adalberlo Gomez, Angela Gomez, 
Daniel Gozalez, Hector Gonzalez, Conietu Grammer, 
.Stephanie Guerrero, Raquel Guevara, Michael 
Gulotia, Ten Haberitroh, Jane Hajduk, Jennifer 
HaljeanJoihua Haljean, Jeff Hamiton, Kelly 
Hamilton, Ocuk Sun Han, Sheri Henley, Jodi fr 
Hanien, Shawn Hansen, Kathy Hapkowikyj, Jason 
Hamish, Angela Harucki, Ralph Hawkins, David 
Hay, Amy Haynes, Laurie Heil, Robert Henne, 
Michael Henning, Ciro Hernandez, Heather Highland, 
Gordon Hill, Kerry Hodgkins, Christopher Hoeing, 



Round Lake Senior High School 



Round Lake Senior High is presenting 
the 1990 graduating class as; 

Ginger Adams, Jaion Altaian, Connie Anderson, 
Kenneth Anderson, Dalia Arroyo, Rolando Avila, 
Alfred Bamett, Jacqueline Barteli, Christine 
Barzowiki, Peter Baumann, Theodore Beres, Eugene 
Berger, Kimberiy Biihop, Michelle Boening, Adam 
Bonen, Richard Braner, Christopher Brazitis, 
Christopher Browm, James Bruebach, Matthew 
Bruenning, Judith Buonauro, Scott Bums, Jeffrey 
Buich, Tammy Campbell, John Carlton, Ruth 
Carlson, Belinda Carroll, Jamie Carter, Celina 
Casillas, Victoria Caiperson, Dolores Castillo, 
Jeanetta CaudiJJ, Jennifer Center, Rocio Chacon, 
Batazar Chicas, Steven Clifton, Laura Cogan, 
Christopher Coke, Jaion Colangelo, Scott Collins, 
Kimberiy Colter, Domick Congelosi, Sandra 
Contreras, William Converse, Rigoberto Ponce, 
Timothy Corey, Eric Cox, Edward Creek, Earl Creek 
Jr., Jeannie Curtis, Stephen Daniels Jr., Karen 
Davis, Carolyn Day, Glen Decker, Cherie Demmith, . 
Karen Devereux, Maureen Devine, Mark Dittmer, 
Roberta Dixon, Cyndie Donner, Danielle Doucelte, 
Richard Doyle Jr., Jeffery Drake, Nicole Duax, 
Jennifer Dunn, Kristin Edlund, Richard Edwards, 
Brandon Eidson, Robert Elliott, Thomas Ellison, 
Donna Evans, Cheryl Fanter, Kimberiy Feddersen, 
Anita de Fernandez, Mindy Fester, Dwayne Fielder, 
Taylor Fiene, Thomai Filichia. William Finley, 
Shelby Ron, Christine Franklin, Teresa Frederick, 
Erick Frydrych, Mark Galek, Suraia Gallaugher, 
Surachana Gallauger, David Ganno, Kriiti Ganno, 
Jodie Garich, Sheila Gaston, Andrew Gcrsch, Jennifer 
Gibson, Jaion Gilley, Shannon Glauser, Eric 



Gomez, Leonarda Gomez, Marianna Gonzalez, 
Robert Gonzalez, Kriilina Gormtey, Christopher 
Granado, Traci Greinke, Lucinda Griffith, Steven 
Hall, Barbara Hillock, Gary Hallock Jr., Benjamin 
Hansen, Robin Hansman, Ivy Harris, Christopher 
Herber, Danny Hill Jr., Kenneth Hock, Lisa 
Holbrook, Tracy Houghton, Maria Huerta, Rachel 
Hugh, Abel Jacobo, Christina Jannen, Nichole 
Jeffery, Lora Jeichawitz, Brian Johnson, Sherry 

Johnson, Anna Johniton, Brian Juchcinski, Jeanine 
Kaaczmaryn, Matthew Kay, Laura Kennedy, Lisa 
Keshe, Tammy Kitto, Michelle Klask, Barbara 
Klein, James Kolle, Harold Kontaxis, Jaylene Koski, 
Keith Krause, Karla Krey, Matthew Kriitianscn, 
Shelly Kufeldt, Suian Kutichke, Lori LaBonte, 
Kevin Lamb, Donald Lauritzen II, Angela Leader, 

Kriitina Levand, Ray Lewis Jr., Katrina Lopham, 
Ronald Liilman, David Lloyd, Gibtert Locke Jr., 
Kevin Looze, Silvia Lopez, Guadalupe Lujano, 
Timothy Luporini, Patrick Magnets, Jeffrey 
Malkamaki, Wendy Manley, Christopher Markham, 
Karolyn Martin, Sherry Marvitz, Jessica Masco, 
Christina Masiarelli, Nicole Maitandrea, Elaine 
Matthews, Gerals McCue, Brent McFarlin, Marcus 
Mclnlyre Jr., Ed McKihnon, Laureano Metchor, 
Michael Mesa, Eric Michaltki, Ingrid Mikols, Tracy 
Mikoli, Amanda Milner, Laura Miner, Dave 
Minjarei, Lance Mitchell, Cedric Monion, Veronica 
Morales, Jennifer Moran, Richard Morrow, Jaion 
Mortcnsen, Richard Mrozik in, Heather Mueller, 
James Mueller, Tina Mullins, Paul Nauit, Robert 
Nelson, Angela Nicholls, Jodie Nichols, Kathlene 
Nikulin, Artcmio Ochoa-Pena, anthony Oconnell, 



Gary Oik, Holly Olsen, Robert Olson, David O'Neill 
IV, Albert Oroico, Scott Ortiz, Steven Pagano, 
Anthony Panico Jr., Gabriel Paiko, Jeffrey 
Paiimore, John Patrick Jr., Jonette Peeler, Carta 
Penna, Raquel Persies, Angela Peterson, Jon 
Peterson, Melanie Peterson, Scott Phillips, Donna 
Polkey, Daniel Pope Jr., Jennifer Porter, Steven 
Primack, Robert Quinism, Laura Quiroz, Brian 
Rainer, Christopher Ranges, Adam Reeves, Meredith 
Reilly, Araceli Cordova, Laura Cordova, Mark Rice, 
Christopher Rinaldi, James Rinaldi Jose Rodriguez, 

Rodrigo Rodriguez, Paul Ronayne, Brenda Rosin ski, 
Denice Ross, Heather Rowley, Kimberiy Ruck, 
Robin Samec, Susanna Sancen, Maria Sanchez, 
Mariangela Schiavo, Sally Schillinger, Melissa 
Schmidt, Danny Schneider, Sheri Schuster, Michelle 
Schwenn, Nathan Sekulic, Michael Shaban, 
Elizabeth Sharrock, Lori Shook, Jammie Simpson, 
Lillian Smith, Shawn Smith, Thomas Smith, 
Jennifer Sodentrom, Fernando L'Eung, Wendy 
Speno, Tammy Slang, Kirk Stateler, Richard Slenzel 

. II, Ronda Stractz, Deborah Struck, Brett Swift, 
Jeffery Szalaj, Wynde Talley, David Thomas, Ken 
Thomas, Venn Thomas, Christopher Thompson, 
Alfonzo Torres, Luis Trujilto, Denise Trayes, 
Ezequiel Valadez, Victoria Vaughn, Sandra Vazquez, 
Lisa Velez, Donald VepJey , Andrew Videlka, Erasmo 
ViUanea], Sandra Wait, Kathy Waterman, Melissa 
Weldon, Roger Wickersheim Jr., Carl Williams, 
Matthew Williams, Jordan Willis, Brooke Witte, 
Kevin Wodrich, Tomothy Wojiach, Richard Wons 
Jr., Tanya Yankee, Dawn Zabroski, Tina Zalewsld, 
Keith Zeitler, Traci Zielinski, and Emily Zurawski,. 



John Hoffman, Dawn Holm, Daniel Holmes, Jimmy 
Hombs, Peter Hooie, Darin Howard, Laura Hugh, 
Lovona Hunter, Laura Huntsman, Matt Hunthouse, 
Tracy Hurt, Cesar Ibarra, Rigoberto Ibarra, Diana 
Jaquez, Renee Janets, Mariela Jaurequi, Raymond 
Jeffery, Mark Jen n rich, Ronald Jimdar, Carrie 
Johnson, Renea Johnson, John Johnson, Brian 
Kaminaki, Katie Kelly, Heather Kathan, Dale 
Kemppainen, Shane Kisiel, Katherine Klemer, Keith 
Konkle, Nicole Kostoi, Stan Koziol, Jennifer 
Krispin, Peter Krizanovic, Amy Krueger, Mike 
Kukla, Jeffrey L'Heureux, Tom LaPalio, DaVid 
Lapinsky, Valerie Lazarski, Sommer Lenzen, Kelli 
Lennon, Tony Leo, Jon Leslie, Angel Lester, Daniel 
Levy, Dawn Lewey, Christine Lewis, James 
Logidon, WM Long, Kimberiy Looze, Luis Lopez, 
Maricela Lugo, Jamie Lundy, Janet Luptak, Sandra 
Lutz, Caryn Madote, Jennifer Makarewicz, Samantha 
Malecki, Richard Merchant, Jessica Marenkovich, 
Cindy Marks, Todd Martin, Eric Martinek, Albert 
Masco, Catherine Matter, Andrew Maxwell, 
McCauley, Amy McCluikey, Joseph McCortney, 
Jeremy McGraw, Pam McKtnnon, James McMillan, 
Brian Miller, Jessica Miller, Sirens Miller, Karen 
MinkaUi, Rhonda Mitchell, Cindy Mobley, Neil 
Monson, Sandra Montiel, Anthony Moore, Thomas 
Moore, Stacy Moreno, Jaion Morse, Benjamin 
Mullins, Gustavo Munoz, Maria Munoz, Alicia 
Murray, Amy Beth Murray, Tasha Muriel!, William 
Naylor, Christian Nelson, Natalie Nix, Dennis 
.Northern, John Northern, Christina Nybeck, Bryan 
Olsen, Phillip Olsen, Catherine Olson, Kimberiy 
Palyok, Colleen Paprocki, Chad Parsons, Joel 
Patterson, Julie Patterson, Heather Patton, Allen 
Pauley, Kria Pedersen, Jason Peil, Jeff Peil, Cynthia 
Perales, Heather Peters, Amie Peterson, Erica 
Peterson, Nicole Polard, Robert Polocz, Juan Ponce, 
Jenny Potter, Julie Pottgether, Patricia Quiroz, Casey 
Races, Stacy RandelL Jennifer Ratajczyk, William 
Reimer, Janna Revell, Genesis Rivera, Isaiu Rivera, 
Randi Robinson, Santos Rodriguez, Lisa 
Ronkowski, Anthony Rosario, Rebeka Rose, Paul 
Rosenquiit, Carl Roisown,' Ruck Shawn, Tabitha 
Rutledge, Deborah Rutter, Sabrina Saldivar, Belinda 
Sanchez, Jorge Sandoval, Valerie Sarrels, Mark 
Schlabach, Brandy Schleining, Amy Schmidt, 
Jennifer Schor, Chad Schroeder, Roberta Schultz, 
Melissa Schwenn, Matthew Scott, Tanya Slayton, 
Jeanine Sledzik, Daniel Smith, Jimmy Smith, Kerry 
Smith, William Smith, Michele Smi there, Annabel! e 
Spitzer, Joel Stafford, John Stark, Paul Stillwell, 
Ken Stotti, Carey Straetz, James Strand, Ann 
Slroening, Steven Styx, Claudia Swan son, Robert 
Swanson, Gordon Swinth, Norman Szymamki, 

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Grayslake Junior High School 



The Grayslake Junior High. 
School District has 
announced ' its 1990 
graduates. 

These graduating students 
are as follows; 

Lara Abbott, Marisela 
Aguine, Joanna Amirn, Ernest 
Bain, Carolynn Bait, Sarah 



Bitzinger, Christopher Blake, 
Ryan Brage, Kris ten Bruley, 
Melissa Corey, Ignacio (Mike) 

Correa, Jeffrey Damore, 
Crystal Dindridge, Amy 
Davis, Julie Davis/ Dterdre 
Demeyer, Rachel Denny, 
Timothy Dineen, Jennifer 
Dunbar, Sally Feiertag, 



Kenneth Flowers, Christine 
Foiles, Nathan Ford, Matthew 
Formica, Maribel Garcia, John 

Gonzalez, Joyce Grublesky, 
Christopher Haley, Perry . 
Hansen, Rachel Hamage, 

Christopher Hirt, Roal 
Hivnen, Melissa Henty, Laura 
Heuvelman, Heather Hill, 



Grayslake High School 



Grayslake Community High School 
lists the 1990 graduates. The following 
students are those listed. 

Brian Abrahamion, Douglas Allen, Archie 
Anderson, Jennifer Anderson, Duane AngeUoui, 
Junie Bluer, Diane Beaudoin, Florinda Berrelei, 
George Bombeny, Jr., Wiker Boss, John Bouma, 
Mark Bowerman, Tracy Boyd,. 

Richard Braa, Sonya Brmden, Stacy Bianden, 
John Brenner, Stephan Brown, Debby Caailey, 
KeUy Colby, Margaret CoUini, Tami Cowell, Ten 
CoweU, ChrisUne Day, William Dehn, Keith 
Ditch, Simon Ditlmann, Caiey Donahue, Joseph 
Drippa, Mike Duchane, Jisoh Dvoncak, Danika 
Erickion, Michelle Erikien, AnUiony Feluier, 
Wayne Rary, Thomas Friedle, William Friedle, 
Tiffany Gabel, Albert Gammel, Crysul Garfield, 
Karen Gatabier, Lisa Getmardt, Christine Gebhardt, 
Ryan GdiL 

Tammy Glavea, Mary Glover, Mark Goodman, 
Sonya Goodwin, Brian Graham, Kyle Greene, 
Janet Grimes, Shane Groth, Dennis Grube, Eric 
Goenther,' Diana Gutierrez, Michael Habel, Leslie 
Hanson, Julie Harrell, Susan Harris; Michelle 
Heinz, Thrall Herthberger, Laura Hesse, Marianne 
Higgins, Mark Hogman, Lisa Holm, MaUhew 
Johnson, Sandra Jones, Brian Kavich, Kimberiy 
King, Shawn Kirby, Kimberiy Kleiner, Lisa Klie, 
Bonnie Kling, . Kimberiy Knowlet, Mitchell 



Kolodziej, Tad Kottycz, Deborah Kranz, Kenneth 
Kukuk, Carrie Lafaive. 

Terri Larson, Kathryn Leafblad, Christine 
Leckmann, Jeffrey Lee, Marc Leider, Kalhcrine 
Lemke, Steven Lentz, Michael Luebke, Chriitine 
Lupori, Deanna Maney, Kevin Maxwell, Pawel 
Mazurek, Georgini Mohrbacher, Oscar Mondvaiz, 
Shannon Mulnix, Mike Murray, Jeremy 
Nakaihlma, Mymy Nguyen, Robert Nix, Junes 
Olcou, Bruce Oldenburg, Jorge Ortigbii, Jodi 
Oitmtn, Jennifer Otto, Jennifer Padbury, Rumi 
Pak, Laura Palrik, Melanie Payne, Russ Poison, 
Suzanne Potts, Charles Price, Ann Quinn, Nancy 
Rendl, And Rihman, Julie Ring, Christy 
Robinson, Santos Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez 
Munguii, Glen Rotiek, Julie Rybirczyk, Cindy 
Schiufel, John Schroedcr, Miriam Severino, Dawn 
Shadron, WUliam Shanklin, Gayle Shaw, William 
Sheffer, Kimberley Shepherd. 

Cecilia Smith, Qaudine Smith, Richard Smith, 
Scott WUliam Spaulding, Jennifer Sponholtz, 
Amy Steffen, Christen Swan, Kori Taylor, Gerald 
Tessmann, Julie Thier, Melissa Tobiis, 
Christopher Trendle, Jennifer Trotter, Theodoor 
Empel, Hector ViUirreil, Jr., Richird Wacher, 
Debn Wade, Kristin Waldenstrom, Dim Walker, 
Jeff Walls, Michael Walter, Melissa Washington, 
Wendy Webb, Joanne Weber/Tiffany Weiland, 
Usa Welch, Robert Whalen, Stephanie Whipple, 
Angela Wulf and Allison Yukita. 



Marc Himclstetn, Christina 
Hoist, Richard Hoist, Jamie 
Hoye, Matthew Hoyt, Kris 
Inselberger, Kart Johannsen, 
Scott Kildew, Tamara 
Klymkowych, Lolita Kowlle, 
John Kotarba, Kathryn 
Kotowske, Dawn Kyle, Jason 
Lake, Jessica Lambert, 
Jennifer Larson, Jason Lee, 
Aimee Lindh, Laura Lohrman, 
Amanda Luebke, Jason 
Madole, Bryan Masters, 
Heather Meyer, John Miller, 
Michelle Miller, ' Kimberiy 
Miskanin, Owen ' Moy , 
Marshall Mullin, Sharon 



Mclson, Debbie Newman, 
Michael Newman, Carl 
Noeller, Matthew O'Conner, 
Christopher Pabian, Teri 
Pagel, Genevieve Patzka, 
Sarah Peterson, Michelle 
Pickett, Richard Pinneo, 
Nicole Podraza, Tonitte 
Pollard, Clayton Reck, Jill 
Rezmer, Terry Richardson, 
Jennifer Rigney, Asfa Rihman, 
Scott Rodriguez, Paul Roeck. 
Carolyn Roy, Michelly 
Rutkowski, Michael Ryan, 
Barbara Salita, B-Jay Sallas, 
Kimberley Samuelson, Lenae 
Sawyer, Eric Schacfer, Ronda 



Schaefer, Nathan Schwenn, 
Debra Smith, Stephanie Sofie, 
Geoffrey Sponholtz, Michael 
Spychala, Brian Starmach, 
Brian Stech, Rusty Stirrat, 
Melodie Tackett, Michelle 
Templeton, Catherine Tischio, 
Dena Townsley, Jeremiah 
Vary, Stacy Vavrik, Tony 
Vera, Frances Villarreal, Jason 
Waddingham, Jeanette Walker, 
Kelly Walker. Kathleen 
Warner, Kerry Webb, Michelle 
Weekly, Michael Welch, 
Kimberiy Wilt. Alyssa 
Wingender, Michael Zdenek, 
and Kermdra Zywczak. 



St. Gilberts School 



St. Gilberts School in 
Grayslake will graduate 34 
students during eighth grade 
graduation ceremony June 8. 

Students will attend 
Warren, Round Lake, 
Grayslake and Carmcl high 
schools. 

The candidates arc: 

Katherine Anderson, Jan 
Baczelc, Jeff Baum, Erin Brady, 
Jason Brooks, Erin Camgan, 
Raymond Crane, Kris 
Cyranek, George Dorsch, 
Matthew Egan, Chadwick 
Gavery, Michael Higgins, 
Martha Hilliard, Clifford 
Janssens, Benjamin 



Jinapantha, Timothy Knight, 
Amy Krase, Thomas Krzak, 
Michelle Martin, Monica 
Kuzera, Cathy Marcell, 
Jennifer Matthews, Hilary 
Negele, Timothy Nelson, 



Coleen Pender, Jason Pfciffer, 
Amy Rafter, Tricia Ray, 
Edward Schrank, David 
Scehafer, Robert Stone, Norah 
Utlcy, Adam Vaughan, and 
Geoffrey Weller. 



R.L. Jr. High (Continued) 



Timcko Takaki, Blinca Tellez, Bobby Tellez, Hugo Tellez, Jose Tellez, 
Jennifer Teran, Wendy Torres, Mauricio Tovir, Rodolfo Tovir, Mirio 
Valencia, Jamie VanCleve, Silt Wannaraj, Jeromy VinPaassen, Robert 
Vaughn, Carol Vazquez, Jose Vazquez, Mauricio Vazquez, Keith Veil, 
Yminnii Velasquez, Greg Vidak, Gibriel Vichii, Guadalupe VUUiani, 
Michelle VirAmontes, Bonnie Wippenitein, Adam Wird, Miity Wiy, 
Nicole Webster, Michael Waychoff. Jenny Wegliez, Jon Weir, Mircu 
Welk, Jennifer Welter, Heither Welzen, Pitricii Welzen, David 
Wethington, Jennifer Whited, Cathy Whitaker, Joele Wilemon, Shannon 
Wilson, Shawn Wilson, Heather Wittier, Headier Wajtarowicz, Vance 
Wollmuth, Kenneth Woods, Andrea Yemma, Leonard Young, Justin 
Zagorski, Jennifer Zibell, and Sharnon Zink. 



Congratulations 
Class of 90 

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Rte. 120 & Bacon Rd. 

Round Lake, IL 

(708)546-0026 




Congratulations to the Class of '90 
we wish you success! 




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Rt 12 & Bonner Rd. 

Wauconda 

(708)526-9000 

John Solberg, Manager 




Congratulations 

to all of the 
1990 Graduatesl 



From Grayslake 

Mayor Marv Smith 

and The Board of Trustees 




Good Luck in 
Your Future 
Endeavors! 

Country Companies 

70 S. Rte. 45 Suite 210 
Grayslake, IL 

(708)2 23-48 61 



Best wishes to the Class of 1 990 

Dawns Tastee Freeze 

141 Hawley 

Grayslake, IL 

(708)223-2262 




CONGRATULATIONS GRADSHT 
OUR BESTWMSHES 



Complete Auto Care 
Free Estimates 
22 E. Rte. 176 

y Island Lake, IL 

(708)526-9290 




Congratulations to the Class of 1990! 

Frank's Floors 

For your redecorating needs 

904 Cedar Lake Rd. 
Round Lake Beach 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

Graduates 

From all of us at 

SECOND FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
Route 12 and Grand Ave. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '90 

STATE FARM 
INSURANCE 

29 E. Grand Ave. 
jRRf Fox Lake, IL 

~ (708) 587-7202 
Bob Mlsiek - Agent 




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Antloch, Illinois 



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(706)223-9776 




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NOTICES 



Death Notices 



(708)223-8161 



Obituaries 



Pinonili 



Auctions 



CISNEROZ 
John Cisneroz of Park 
City; Arr. by Marsh 
Funeral Home of 
Waukegan. 

DYE 

George W, Dye of Fox 
Lake; Arr. by K.K. 
Hamshcr Funeral 
Home, Fox Lake. 

FORTMANN 

Geraldine A. Forunann 
of Mundelein; Arr. by 
Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home, Liberty villc. 

GARLOCK 
Frederick A. Garlock 
of Lake Zurich; Arr. 
by Ahlgrim & Sons 
Funeral Home, Lake 
Zurich. 

GERRITSEN 

Evert G. Gcrriiscn of 
Anlioch; Arr. by 
Strang Funeral Home, 
Anlioch. . 

HEARD 

Dclorcs Heard of 
Libcrtyvillc; Arr. by 
McMurrough Chapel, 
Libcrtyvillc. 



110GAN 

Clifford P. Hogan of 
Florida, formerly of 
Wadsworth; Arr. by 
Gumec Funeral Home. 



MARESH 

Josephine S. Marcsh 
of Spring Grove; Arr. 
by Kristan Funeral 
Home, Mundelein. 



MARRA 

David D. Marra of 
Liberlyvillc; Arr. by 
Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home, Libcrtyvillc. 

McANDREWS 

Joseph McAndrews of 
McHcnry; Arr. by 
Peter M. Justcn & 
Son Funeral Home, 
McHcnry. 

McQueen 

Robcra McQueen of 
North Chicago; Arr. 
by Bradshaw & Range 
Funeral Home, 
Waukegan. 

NOVITSKY 

Robert P. Novitsky of 
Libcrtyvillc; Arr. by 
Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home, Libcrtyvillc. 

OLSANKSY 

Adolph Olsanksy of 
Vernon Hills; Arr. by 
Kristan Funeral Home, 
Mundelein. 

RISSE 

Kark Heinz A. Rissc 
of Lake Zurich; Arr. 
by Alhgrim & Sons 
Funeral Home, Lake 
Zurich. 

TUSSING 

William P. Tussing of 
Mundelein; Arr. by 
Bowcrman Funeral 
Home, Michigan. 

VOROSHILIN 

Iwan Voroshilin of 
Lindcnhurst; Arr. by 
Strang Funeral Home, 
Anlioch. 



Frank J. Smetona 

•ge 75, formerly of Fox Lake passed away Thursday 
May 31, 1990 at Edwards Hospital, NaperviUe. 

He was bom Dec 28, 1914 in Chicago. He was a 
retired Chemical Engineer for General Mills. He was a 
member of Old Glory Lodge 540 AFAM also. 

He is survived by 4 daughters Laurel Lindenbach of 
Schaumburg, Loralic Smith of Lombard, Bonnie 
Richard of Bourbonnais, and Suzanne Cramer of 
NaperviUe. 1 1 grandchildren also survive. 

There was a memorial service on Monday June 4 at 
the Good Shephard Lutheran Church, NaperviUe. 
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Lauterberg & 
Oehler Funeral Home, Arlington Heights. 




ADOPTION - Mommy and 
Daddy adopted me when I 
was bom. Now I'm ready to 
be a big brother; They am 
great parents who always 
have, time for hugs and 
kisses. We would aN be so 
excited to love your baby 
too. Cal Carat and Michael 
coded, (708) 205-9596. 
4-20-32 

GET A JOB1 Or help a 
friend get one! Take a look 
at Lakeland's Employment 
Guide! (708) 223-6161 



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or whatever. For further info, 
call (414) 654-6251. [ 
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ELECTROLYIS 

Facials, permanent eyeliner 
and eyebrows. Lake Bluff 
and Wadsworth. Free con- 
sultation and brochure. 
(708)244-1640. 
1-30-25 

PROMOTE WORLD 
PEACE - Australian, Euro- 
pean, Scandinavian, Yu- 
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August. Become a host 
family for American Intercul- 
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Call 1-800-SJBUNG 
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ATTENTION - Anyone 
who video taped Magee 
school's 6th grade gradua- 
tion please call Nancy. (708) 
546-1726. 

1-24-56 

IT'S THE SELLING 
SEASON - Place a garage 
sale ad and it will appear in 
all of the 15 Lakeland 
Newspapers. Call (706) 
223-8161 tor details. 



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check. No deposit! Cash 
advances I Also easy 
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Free call. 1(800)234- 
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SINGERS NEEDED 

Contemporary Christian Choir 
Tell the World,' needs good 
voices, ages 1 4 ■ 33. No pay, but 
lots ot satisfaction. Call tor 
details 

Aah for Wall or Miriam 

(708)526-8306 



ELDERLY 
CARE 

Will care for an elderly 
and/or physically or 
mentally handicapped 
person in my 6 bed 
home. Care includes 
preparing meals, 
laundry, cleaning, aid 
with personal 

grooming, etc. State 
licensed. 
(414)654-1173 



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Good lor landscaping or fill. 

You haul. (708) 244-1057. 

4-23-97 



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12 N. Plstakee Lake Road, Fox Lake, Illinois 
Phone:(708)587-2100 • (815)385-1001 



UNPLANNED 
PREGNANCY? 

ADOPTION CAN BE A 
GOOD OPTIONI Select a 
family from our loving 
couplet that are all eager to 
lavish love and security on 
your baby. Well provide you 
with the lupportive services 
that will help you make 'a 
comfortable adoption plan 
No cost to you. Pleaie call 
The Adoption Connection at 
708-433-7821 . Birthparents 
may call collect. 



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Help Wanted, 
Part-Time 



19 



RECEPTIONIST/ 

MEDICAL 

Libertyville, perma- 
nent part time, busy 
office. Computer 
entry, light typing, 
some patient care. 
Averages 15 hours 
weekly includes 
every other Sat. 
morning. Mature 

person. 

Call Gloria 

I (708)367-5575 



PRESCHOOL 
ASSISTANT 

Wanted For 
GRANDWOOD 

PARK 
PRESCHOOL 

Classes starting 

September 

If you are interested 

please send letter to 

GRANDWOOD 

PARK DISTRICT 

SECRETARY 

3653 N. Strtamwood Dr. 

Gurnet, IL 60031 



NEVER FAIL NOVENA - 
May the Sacred Heart of Je- 
sus be praised, adored and 
glorified throughout the 
whole world now and for- 
ever. Most Sacred Heart of 
•Jesus, I put my trust in You. 
Holy Mary, Mother of Jesus, 
pray for me. St. Jude, 
Helper of Hopeless Cases, 
pray for me and grant this 
favor I asked. Say this prayer 
9 times a day for 9 days and 
publish. 

4-23-18 

FIND A JOB - FILL A 
JOB • in Lakeland Classified 




FRONT COUNTER 
SALESPERSON 






We are looking for an outgoing person to do^ 
part time front counter sales. Company^ 

benefits include: % 

•Paid Vacation 
•Employee Discount 
•Pension Plan 
•Life Insurance 
•Profit Sharing 



Applicants Should 
Apply In Person To 

Sears, Roebuck and Co. 

Orchard Plaza 
Anttoch, IL 

700/3954047 

An t<fttt OpfMriunfty Employ* 






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ASSISTANT/ 
RECEPTIONIST 

Oral surgery office in 
Anttoch. Call 

(708)395-7955 



Experienced 

HYGIENIST 

Tuesday and Thursday 

(615)385-1301 

(815)653-2613 



•Kanoel assistant 

•Reception is! 

•Veterinarian assistant 

Sunny Aeree Kenntis 
(708)362.0390 



DIRECT 
CAKE 

WORKERS 

Immediate openings 
for afternoons, even- 
ngs & weekends. 
Willing to ^ train 
individual. Work with 
severely & pro 
foundly mentally 
retarded women. 
Contact Sister 
Arlene 

MOUNT 

ST. JOSEPHS 

(708)438-5050 



LONG JOHN 
SILVERS 

If you're looking for a 
full or part time job, 
join the crew at Long 
John Silvers. Our 
schedule will fit yours 
We offer 
•Competitive pay 
•Flexible hours 
•Excellent training 
•Meal discounts 
•A pleasant work 
environment 

Apply in Person 

7305 -122nd Ave. 

Kenosha, Wl 

(414)857-2333 



TELEMARKETING 
PART-TIME 

We are in need of several part time telemarketers 
for a new department in our dealership. No selling 
or high pressure involved. We offer the following. 

', •Salary 
•Bonus 

•Pleasant Working Conditions 
•Flexible Evening Hours 

Call Ron V. at (708)395-3990 



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LIFE GUARD AND 
SWIM TEACHER - Rod 
Cross life guard or W.S.I, 
required. Discovery Day 
Camp. (706) 913-1818. 

19-24-08 
MAINTENANCE, 
LANDSCAPE AND 
JANITORIAL- Looking for 
a person- wilti initiative to 
help maintain our grounds 
and buildings. Discovery 
Day Camp. (708)913-1818 

19-24-99 
WANTED - Mature lady to 
take care of eWerty. woman 
Invalid. Needs to be lifted 
from bed to chair. General 
household duties. Live in. 
Lake VMa area. (708) 878- 

3403. 

1923-100 

WANTED 88 OVER- 
WEIGHT PEOPLE - We 

pay you to lose 10-29 lbs. in 
the next 30 days. 100% 
guaranteed. 100% natural. 
Doctor" recommended. 
(708)498-7385. 
19-23-13 

WANTED 75 PEOPLE 
TO LOSE "10-25 LBS. 
PER MONTH - Eliminate 
cellullte. Doctor recom- 
mended. No drugs. 100%. 
natural. Earn $$$ while los- 
ing weight Guaranteed 1- 
800-444-5554. 

19-23-17 

MEN/WOMEN - Full or 
part-time. Earn money and 
gifts by selling Avon. (708) 
566-0990 

19-TF-34 

TEMPORARY 
EMPLOYMENT - $8 an 

hour wanted. Able-bodied 
man to work around house 
and yard. Retiree consid- 
ered. (708) 223-4632. 
19-23-33 f 



-calL us Hbst- 

We are the largest WORK AT 
HOME employers. Earn up.so 
$400.00 Weekly. Over 1000 
companies seeking home 
workers. Guidance/Help 
Provided. 05 cents mln. Call 
24 hrs. 976-1010 



CAMP 
ASSISTANTS 

Must be 16 & older. 
Summer Job, *good 
opportunity. 

(708)362-6006 



EXCELLENT 
EARNINGS 

lor spare time work; 
electronics, crafts, 
others. No experience 
needed. Cal 1-918-622- 
5652, Ext. 1263. Open 
[24 hours indudino Sat. 
and Sun. 



SECRETARIAL & 
GENERAL OFFICE 

Part lime responsible 
person with pleasant 
personality and good 
communication skills 
wanted for a busy real 
estate of lice. Call for 
application and appoin- 
tment. 

Century 21 Sunshine 
(708)360-9200 



SUMMER 
JOBS 

Stay cool and have 
fun this summer at 
Freeze Frame 
Photos. Now hiring 
all positions. No 
experience neces 
sary. $4.50 per hour 
to start 

Call 

(708)249-8555 



Hafp Wanted, 
Part-Time 



19 



HelpWenttd, 
Part-Time 



19 



Help Wanted, 
PerMlase 



19 



Help Wanted, 
Pert-Time 



Help Wanted, 
Full-Time 



TELEPHONE 

WORKFROM 

HOME 

Need money?? 

No selling involved, 
ideal tor housewives 
and retiree. Dependa- 
bility required. Phone 
calls reimbursed. 

(708)546-3043 



PART TIME 
SECRETARY 

Flexible hours P.C. 

experience preferred. 

Send resurrte or call 

Julie Leans© 

563 Greenbay Ct. 

Lake Zurich, IL 

60047 
(708)438-7557 




PART-TIME 

CASHIER 

H you can deal with 
waiting customers in a 
courteous, under- 
standing manner, this 
is the summer job for 
you. Hours: Mon.- 
Thurs. 4-8 p.m., Frl. 3 
6 p.m. North Shore 
car dealership. 
Darlene B. after 10, 
1(7081234-2800. 



MATURE PART 
TIME JANITOR 

to work afternoons. 
Includes some yard 
work. 

Call 

for appointment 

A to Z Engraving 

Co., Inc. 

(708)526-7396 

A Non Smoking Plant 



USELESS: - * The 2-seat 
roadster you bought before 
the baby came... * The suit 
you bought 15 pounds 
ago... * The mountaineering 
gear you bought before you 



CLERK/ 
ICASHIEI 

Part-time 

Evenings and 

weekends. 

60 day hiring bonus. 

Apply at 

|SSExp pess 
Lane 

505 S. Logswell 

Silver Lake, Wl 

(414)248-8304 



TRUCK OWNER OP- 
ERATORS - Tired of com- 



SUMMERTIME IS 
BOAT SEASON - If you 
have a boat to seH, tell it in 
the Lakeland Classifieds. 
And, for guaranteed 

gear you bought before you ^^o^&'wTad peting with company 

discovered you're afraid of XreHv^ort^bVstre- toudui? Cal Warren Trans- 

heights... Useteta to you, ^caflK: {70S) 223- port - the 100% owner op- 

maybe. but not to someone Ji 1 ?; vaM w ^ r ' y . ? orator company - today. 23 

else! Find a buyer in Lake- * lb1 ' years or older. 1-800-832- 

land Classified (70S) 223- , FIND A JOB - FILL A 0555. DepL K-82. 

8161 JOB -in Lakeland Classified 20-234 



DRIVERS - Student 
trainees- professionals. 
24*/miles. 25* alter 6 
months. 1089 8300 Series 
Internationals convention- 
al. No sllpseating. Lay 
overs, unloading-loading, 
breakdowns, vacations, 
bonuses paid. Complete 
medical, dental, life insur- 
ance. Out 2 weeks. 
Trainees out 3 weeks. 
Owner-operators to 
OOC/miles. 314-781-7550; 
20-23-12 

HEY YOU O.T.R. 
TRUCK DRIVERS - Are 

you looking for that one 
company that can offer you 
lop pay and benefits, plus. 
Yes, plus get you home for 
the most important thing in 
your We- your farriy. Whata 
deal. This cant be beat CbK 
Mills Transfer. Inc. for your 
lifetime employment needs. 
Call today: 1-800-937- 
20-23-3 



LOVE YOUR 
WORK? 

WORK WITH US! 

Part time receptionist. 
Very busy immediate 
care center. Must be 
flexible, with good 
organization skills. Fun 1 
loving & professional 
environment. 
(708)740-0300 



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NO 
EXPERIENCE 
NECESSARY 

Surveying of residential 
properties In the 
Wauconda & Antioeh 
area. Dependable car & 
35 mm camera required. 
Pay per report. Work as 
many hours as you can. 

Call John Better Jdge 
(708)7734)303 




McHenry 
County 




ENERGETIC 
YOUNG 
PERSON 

Part time day 
help on horse 
breeding farm. 
Handling horses 
& misc. duties. 
(708)526-3100 



EARN UP TO $10.00 
AST HOUR TAKKHtTG 

©MIHEFHOIWB 

We're looking for 3 people to lill openings 
in our telemarketing department. We offer 
a complete training program, pleasant 
working conditions and part time evening 
hours. If you are interested, call Elizabeth 
at (708)223-8161. 

Lakeland Qrayslake, IL 

Newspapers 



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Cook County 



DIRECTORY 



SEARS 

Immediate part time opening 
for 



9:30 a.rn.-5:15;p.rn. daily 

CUSTOMER SERVICE 

8:30 A.M. to 230 P.U. 
Weekdays ft Saturdays 

Immediate employee discount 
.._■•■ Call for appointment 
(708)948-9225 

SEARS SERVICE CENTER 

1951 Waukeoan Road Barmockborn (Deerfleld) 

Equ4 Opportunity Employer mrt 



DELIVERY 

WORK 

Lakeland Newspapers 
has openings in our 
circulation department on 
Thursdays. In this job, you 
will delivery copies of our 
papers 'to local merchants. 
A car is required and you 
must be extremely 
dependable. Ideal for a 
retired person.. Contact 
Bob Schroeder . at 
(708)223-8161 

Lakeland 

Newepapeie 
Grayelake.lL 



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Classified Ads appear In all 15 newspapers with a 
Readership Qf over 200,000 



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Hours: Monday-Thursdsy 

8s.fn.-8p.nl., 

Friday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.. 

Saturday 8 e.m.-noon 

Dasdllna: Wednaadaya at 11 a.m. 



(708)223-8161 

Fax.: (708) 223-8810 






Friday, June 8,1990 




Payment In advance Is 
required for these ada: 

Advwitw* Omol L*«tand cifcutoiton 

ana' BwlnaiiOpportunitiai ' Qarags 

and Moving Salw * D«bt Dbdalimn * 

Mobta HomM ' Situation* Wanted * 

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Help Wanted, 
Full-Time ; 



20 



Help Wanted, 
Full-Time - 



20 



Help Wanted, AA 
Full-Time 20 



Help Wanted, 

Full-Time ' 



20 



Help weetee, 
FeN-leee 



20 



Help Wanted, 
Full-Time 



20 



Help Wanted, 

Full-Time 



20 



ASBESTOS WORK- 
ERS NEEDED - $15- 
$20/hr. Training fee re- 
quired. $325. For class 
schedules call (217) 525- 
9464 (24 hrs.). Upcoming 
classes: Chicago, Alton, 
Kankakee, Springfield, Mo- 
line, Peoria, Carhondale. 
20-23-2 



Accounts payable/ 
Finance Clerk wanted 
with High School 
diploma and/or two 
years experience. 
Bilingual a plus but 
not necessary. Salary 
based upon education 
and experience. 

Apply at 

City of North Chicago 

1850 Lewis Ave. 

North Chicago, IL 

Office of the 

City Clark 

Tim Millar 

(708)587-7766 

Tim Millar, City Clerk 



AlMO 

BUICK PARTS 

Counter person familiar 
with Bulck parts for 
North Shore dealer- 
ship. Experienced 
required. Individual 
must be detail-oriented 
and enjoy a fast pace 
Good benefits including 
dental. 

Call Darlene B. 

(708)234-2800 



SALES 
PEOPLE 

Outside sales in the 
water filtration & 
softening industry. 
Experience helpful. 
Store is located in 
Vernon Hills area. 

Ask for Mike Jr. 
(708)526-1232 



PROFESSIONAL 
RECRUITER 

If you have had prior personnel 
recruitment experience, our 
growing medfcaJ cornptsx has an 
exerting new challenge for you. 
This is a key career opportunity 
that may lead to a broad human 
resources management position. 
A Bachelor's Degree and 
experience in health ctre 

Catened; however, prior success 
a simiar capacity, coupted win 
superior Interpersonal and written 
skills, will qualify you tor this 
opportunely. An outstanding pay 
and benefits package, easy-to 
reach location, smoke-tree 
environment, and congenial 
working environment await the 
successlul applicant. Call Judy 
Novak at (708)7464257, or send 
your resume In confidence to: 
AMERICAN 
INTERNATIONAL 

HOSPITAL 

161 6 -23rd Street 

Zlon, IL 60099 

equal opportunity enpioy er ml 



AUTO . 
JOURNEYMAN 
TECHNICIAN 

Midwest's fastest grow 
ing dealership is look-ing 
for experienced GM 
technicians. We offer the 
highest pay scale in the 
Northern Illinois/South- 
ern Wisconsin area. 
Must have own tools. 
Excellent benefits and 
working conditions. Call 
Margaret at Mauro 
Chevrolet/Cadillac/Volvo/ 
Mitsubishi between 10 
a.m. & 12 p.m. or 2 p.m. 
- 3 p.m. at 

(414)694-1515 
to set up an interview. 



BANKING/FINANCIAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE 

Are you personable— friendly— detailed oriented— willing to 
work Saturdays? With a minimum of 1 year related office or 
clerical background, you may qualify tor one of the following 
positions: 

Waukegan; Teller (flexible hours) 

Loan Interviewer (full time) 

Mundeleln: Loan Processor (full time) 
Teller (lloxlblo hours) 
Interviews can be conducted at either office; Monday, Tuesday, 
Thursday and Friday 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. Call for an appointment. 

consumers 

cooperative credit union 



Main- 2750 W. Washington Si. 

Waukegan, IL 60085 

708-623-3636 



Branch- 1210 S. Lake St. 

Munoalain, IL 60060 
708-566-5810 



An Equal Opportunity Employer 



Attention Liit 
Truck Technicians: 

Are you interested in a good paying, satisfying 
Job without having to work a lot of overtime? If so, 
Wisconsin Lift Trttck Corp. has the opportunity that 
you've been waiting fori We are currently expanding 
in the Lake County Area and are looking lor 
qualified individuals to join our team. We are a 
leader in the material handling industry and offer our 
technicians an on-site, comprehensive training 
program. Our competitive benefits package offers 
you the following: vacations, eight paid holidays per 
year, profit sharing/401 K plan, health and life 
insurance coverage, interest-free loans and 
insurance coverage for your tools. All technicians 
hired in the Lake County area will be dispatched 
directly from their homes to customers within their 
area. If this sounds like what you've been waiting 
for, please send us your resume or come in and fill 
out an application. 

Wisconsin Lilt Truck Corp. 

6951 51 st Street 

Kenosha. Wl 53142 

Attn: Debbie Nowak 

1-800-669-2152 

Cot* and Join our fmil 2$ ywr» and attil going ttronglt! 
EquoJ Opportunity Employer 



SALESPERSON 

With both. secre- 
tariat skills & retail 
sales experience 
wanted In the water 
industry. Full time 
position available. 
Ask for Mike Jr. 

(708)526-1232 



X-ftAV 

TECH 

REGISTERED 

Full time. Mon.-Fri. 
No evenings and 
Saturdays. Full 
benefits. 

(708)623-3090 

Ask for Linda 




RECEPTIONIST/ 
SWITCHBOARD 

Full-time (9 a.m. - 6 p.m.} 
operator for buiy import/ 
domestic cir dealership. 
Experience. pleasant 
telephone manner and 
people skills necessary. 
Wages commensurate with 
experience/ability. Good 
benefits with dental Darlene 
B. after 10, 706/234-2800. 

KNW2 OF LAKE FOREST 



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Cherry Electrical Products le 
seeking an energetic 
individual who can handle a 
variety of duties In • feat 
paced environment You will 
provide secretarial support 
for our Sales and Marketing 
Division Including processing 
sales summary reports, and 
compiling and organizing 
data. 

A minimum of a high school 
diploma with additional 
specialized training Is 
required along with 3 years 
secretarial experience, and a 
background with word 
processing, PC's and Lotus 
1-2-3. 

We provide very competitive 

compensation and benefits. 

Apply in person or send your 

resume to Gloria Jordan. 

CHERRY 

Electrical Products 

. 3600 Sunset Ave.. 

Waukegan, IL 60087 

equal Oppofl unity employer 



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Help Wanted 

CHAIN O'LAKES 

STATE PARK 

, SOMOMl 

2 Positions (over 
18) - nights 

1 Positon - days 

Pay $4.50 per hour 

Call 

(708)587-5512 



ENTRY-LEVEL 
SECRETARY 

Our company seeks a 

bright, energetic individual 
to handle varied secretarial 
duties. No previous 
experience is required 
Qualified applicant wit type 
from 45 - 55 wpm. We offer 
excellent pay and benefits. 
Please call our Director of 
Personnel at 

(708)272-4700 



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OFGURNEB 

Is in need of mature, responsible people for the 
following position: 

• Front Desk Clerk - Part Time, Frl. & Sat.. 3rd Shift 

• Front Desk Clerk - Full Time. 1st Shift 

• Set Up Person - Full Time 

• Hostess - Full Time 

• Coffeo Break Person 
(Good wage plus gratuities) 

Excellent opportunities! Paid vacations! Holiday 
Inn employee discounts! Please apply in person. 

Grand Ave, at the Trf State Tollway 



tuacw NOW HIRING 
KING FOR SUMMER 

Across from Great America 

Starting Wage Up To 
$4.55 Per Hour 

Flexible hours 

Opportunity for Advancement 

We Have 60 Openings Available 

Days: Full Time/Part Time or 1 1 - 2 

shifts for lunch 
Nights: Full Time/Part Time and Late 

nights 
Weekends: Perfect Hours for High School 

students - Weekends only until 

school Is out! 
At Our Gurnec BURGER KING 
Across the street from Great America 
5300 Grand Ave. 

(706)336-3427 



MANAGEh 
-N- 

CLERKS 

J & L 

in Antioch 

Call 

(708)395-5520 

Ask for Jackie 



WAREHOUSE 

Varied duties to 
include; loading & 
unloading trucks, 
"C" license & fork 
lift experience 
helpful. 

Wauconda 
(708)526-1099 



Groundskeeper 

RESPONSIBLE for grounds 
maintenance surrounding 
miniature golf course, 
children's farmyard, and 
miniature (rain ride. Monday 
thru Friday. Temporary 
seasonal position possibly 
leading to regular full-time 
position. '. 

APPLY IN person at: The 
LAMBS FARM, Jet. 1-94 & 
Rt. 178, Liberty vide, IL 

60048. (e.o.e.) 



GENERAL 
OFFICE 

Varied duties to 
include: light book 
keeping, typing & 
billing. A non 
smoking office in 
Wauconda 
(708)526-1099 



CHICAGO'S 

LARGEST 

FULL LINE RV 

DEALERSHIP 

Needs full lime help 
in the following 
areas: 

•Sales Manager 
-Sales Personnel 
(Full & Part Time) 
•Service Technician 
•Parts Clerk 
•Lot Maintenance 
Person 

Apply in Person 

Lake Zurich RV 

21950 N.Hwy. 12 

(RandRd.) 

Lake Zurich RV 

Come Join Us 

We're Growing I 



AutO 

AUTO 

JOURNEYMAN 

TECHNICIAN 

NORTHERN 

ILLINOIS/ 

SOUTHERN 

WISCONSIN 

Midwest's fastest 
growing dealership is 
looking for import 
experienced technicians, 
Volvo experience a 
definite plus. We offer 
the highest pay scale in 
the area. Must have own 
tools. Excellent benefits 
and working conditions. 
Call Margaret at Mauro 
Chevrolet/ Cadillac/ 
Volvo/ Mitsubishi for your 
personal interview 
between 10 a.m. & 12 
p.m. or 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. at 
(414)694-1515 






VILLAGE OF 
ANTIOCH 

The Village of Antioch is seeking applications 
for employment in the wastewater treatment 
plant for an operator. Applicants should have 
experience In the operation of activated sludge 
plants with primary, secondary and tertiary 
treatment, .Class 2, I.E.P.A. issued certificate of 
competency in wastewater treatment preferred 
(or. obtainable with- in six months after hiring). 
Some lab experience helpful. Applications can 
be picked up at the Antioch Village Hall, 874 
Main Street, Antioch, IL 60002, along with a 
complete job description. 
Applications must be submitted by June 15, 
1990 by 4:00 p.m. at the village hall. 
The Village of Antioch is an Equal Opportunity Employer 



OPENINGS 

2nd Shift 

We are taking applications for the following 
positions; 

* PACKERS 

* MATERIAL HANDLERS 

•PUNCH PRESS OPERATORS 

This Is an opportunity for qualified people to work 
full time for a progressive company. A good work 
record is'required. 
We have a good reputation for maintaining a 
clean and safe environment. 
We provide competitive salary and benefits. 
Call personnel Dept. (708)438-4600 



C.M.ProductSilnc. 

Ela Rd, 1 block W. of RT. 1 2 Lake Zurich, IL 
An Equal Opportunity Employ* M/F 



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DENTAL 
ASSISTANT 

Prefer mature Individual 
with experience. Hours 
Mon. and Thurs. 11 am, 
8 p.m. Tues and Wed 
7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. 
Ask for Paid 

815)385-1361 
815)853-2613 



IS 



I CASHIERS/ 
MANAGER 

Full and Part Time 
Competitive wage 
scale. Opportunity 
for advancement. 




Apply In Person 

or call 
Waukegan 

CItgo 

2400 Grand Avt. 

Waukegan, IL 

(708)244-5546 



BUYER/ 
PLANNER 

We are a manufacturer of 
altctronlc and electro- 
machanlcal controls and 
have a' need for an 
experienced buyar. This 
position rtporta to . tha 
Materials Manager and will 
ba responsible tor full 
procurament function: for 
assigned manufacturing 
calls. 

Tha successful candidate 
win hava 3-5 yrs. exparlanoa 
in procuring aleclronic 
componants and or maohins 
or molded products and ba 
detailed oriented. MRP 
experience a must. 
Candidates with experience 
In implementation of supplier 
certification programs that 
include JIT delivery and 
contract purchasing wil hava 
a decisive advantage. 
Good starting salary and 
fringe benefits. Qualified 
ndivlduals should send 
resume and salary 
requirements to: 

HUMAN RESOURCES 

DYNAPAR 

CORPORATION 

167S Defany Road 

Gurnee, llllnoia 60031 

tqu*l opportunity mrployt • 



CAREER 
OPPORTUNITIES 

Schlumberger Induilries, a 
division of ScNurnbsrger Ltd. The 
leader in gas, water and eieetricty 
metering, has tn excellent 
opportunity for two Csresr 
Positions: Production Planner and 
Sates Trainee. PRODUCTION 
PLANNER: We are seeking a 
proven professional with the sixty 
to plan and expedite 
manufacturing orders end 
purchased materials through s 
manufacturing system such ss 
MAPCS and COPIC& The abaty 
to interact with other departments 
within a msnufeciuring ops ration a 
a must. BS degree In Industrial 
Engtearlng, Accounting or 
Business Administration with 1*3 
yrs of experience In manufacturing 
environment Is required. Master's 
degree a plus. SALES TRAINEE: 
BS. Technical Read with 1-3 yrs. 
sales experience, we offer a 9-12 
month sales training program 
which frisks both rnanutacturinp, 
and field' based training whh 
territory to be assigned upon 
completion of training. We offers 
competitive salary and benefits 
package tn addition to a career 
development program to help you 
reach your full potential. 
Canxdaies Interested In becoming 
associated win s returner** 
learn should submit their resume 
and salary history to: 
EMPLOYMENT MANAGER 
SCHLUMBERGER 
INDUSTRIES 
WQHWAY127NNORTH 
OWENTON, KY 40350 
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MEDICAL 

DIRECTOR OF NURSING 
Postllon-Cheyenne Manor, a 
modem 44 bad KF seeks an AN 
or. ot Nursing. Salary riegotUMs, 
baaed on eape* Candidate should 
contact: Wayne Butt, 
Administrator, Cheyenne Manor, 
8fli W. lat North, Cheyenne 
Wees, CO BOHO. (T0a)7«7-«02. 



CYTOTECHNOLOGIST 

Clnlcaj Laboratories d Unoofn, In 
Lincoln, Nabraaka, hat an 
excellent opportunity lor a M 
lima CytoToch (A8CP). Our 
salary ii competitive, and a hi 
benefit package la available. 
Plaaao contact Paraonnal 
Department, ClMcal Laboratori 
ai Lincoln, 1810 8. 40th St. Suae 
333, Llrtcob, NE. 6*806, or call 
402-483-S9S8. 



AftrifcrfCfcpQrftrtWN 

ACTIVITY AIDE 

Winchester Houaa la 
leaking 2 full time Activity 
Aldea, A wonderful 
opportunity to work with the 
elderly. Wa offer health 
Insurance and other 
excellent, benefits. Please 
submit application by June 
13, 1990, to: 

.Jim Adams 
P orno nn ot lianegor 

1128 N. siirwauk.ee Ave. 
U beftyyW e, IL 80048 

•gye/ opportunity empfo) w rrvf 



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"NURSE PRACimotcitr* 

Mm* To Colorful Co*«»*>4l FT/FT/ 

float poduoo* to m*Hia rtMtr 

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LYWIAttUM 

imt altoh amtrr 

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1{3Q3 )36 OO006 



THERAPWT-FT/PT"* 

for an OjaapaM AfMaaaa oast, hse 
Qrarfa woteeaeeJj Sartng taary mooo 
A 3 MaV vtttlcn, uicn fiPnaTiaVMnL 

CtfC*MvOnaj 0\jaj» ft lomaTaf pead fas' 

Manual at* anenat Wok m our M 
or DC oar*. Cal Datable or Dentate! 
(Hi)2a>4ea)imi r sMf. 



RN/LPN 

We now have a part 
time position open for 
a RN/LPN. If 
Interested, please call 
Sister Mary, Director 
of Nursing at 

MOUNT 

ST. JOSEPHS 

(708)436-5050 



"D.O.H." 

"RNT8 A LPN-S" 

Our Qi#m*r« <a*W Iac8ty h 
Oakland hat e fuSdn* opening 
(or a Da*ow of Mining, wa oner 
high-dux equipment, excellent 
benefits, and a competitive 
aalary. 3 years of dialysis 
experience required. Charge 
Nurae a ap wlen c e pr starred. For 
more Information plaaie eel or 
eand a raaumeto: Oavtd Ramos, 
Aran Admlnlitrator, BMA ot 
Oakland, 3100 Summit St., 
Oakland, CA 94633. . 

(414)893-2250 
NMC 



"PHYSICIAN" 

VWralo^ir^FerAPnytkianTo 



Perform Fk* Trimester Abortiona 
8 Famity Planning Sarvteat In A 
Missouri 8ttta Uoaaaod Fadky. 
Great Opportune For Dedicated 
PhwJdam Salary $100,000 Ph* 
Banal It Package, 3 Days Per 
Was*. Must-Be Uceniad In 
Missouri For Further Wo., Call 
Today: 1-<*»>-«6-7296 



^VToTEclMLUlsT 

SUPERVISORS** 
Must hne 6 yn aajai; ASCP cariM 
Supenriury aipeilanced praftnad. 
Ptaaianl werkhg eondMona, Including 
great raoaelen yaar-reund. Attadvi 
•atiry « birafa. Cal today at 
4JW0MC PeHa to i r j LA80flAT0ffr 
1(291)4784571 



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mmsmrmam 

Walnbarg RahabDIUdon Sarvlca la 
•ipandlng and la in rtaed ot a 
Dkactor ot Occupadonal Tharapr< 
Opporajnltlaa ara avalL In noma • 
haalth. gartatka, tang arm'taclKat 
daellng with oflhopadtct A 
naurdoglcat patanto and aeon In and 
outpatfent mhab cantor tor geteVka 
auaatminto. Thii la a dapartrom 
haad poaltton eiUi opportunity to 
dtvatop mm prograrm, hiring itaft. 
daalng In pubic rdaloni end odw 
mamban of tha total rehab taam 
coflcapt. Salary a banaflti are 
aaadant Do yoinal a favor and cat 
513-751 -ma babraen 94:30 pm, 
Mon-Frl. Cltidnnal. Ohio. CoUacil 
cdai era eatoomad. LO£. 



LOVE YOUR 
WORK? 

WORK WITH US! 

Full time RN. Very busy 
immediate care center. 
Must be flexible, with 
good organization 
skills. Fun loving & 
professional environ 
ment. 

(708)740-0300 



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CNfl'S 

Recently expanded 
long term care facility 
located in Long Grove 
is seeking CNA'S 
willing to meet the 
challenge of working 
with the Alzheimer 
resident. Good bene 
fits, competitive 
salary. 

For more information 
call Marilyn 

(708)438-8275 



pUy^caL T HERAPY 



tnotpenterf, aal-aferiaf Mntad lo 
Implatnant and overtee a 
ranaceeaoon Knaaa c»mo inai an 
Induttrial tattlna. Slaftad by 
YOUR 8€IF and a CanJtad Athtotto 
trainer. GROWTH POTENTIAL 
FOR THIS ENDEAVOR 18 
UMfTED ONLY BY YOUR DE9RE 
AND ABILITY TO ACHIEVE 

success, p.t. toth at taaat two 
(2) yra. experience; aalary and 
benants wy compauthrt, on aha 
day care centar. Pleate lend 
raiuma to: Debbie Slftiwood- 
Sherer, Dk. ol Rehab. Saivicee, 
401 W. Oteanlawn Ave, Laming, 
Ml 41909 (517)334-2418 Equal 
Cppty. Employer MIF/H/V. 



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Long term care facility 
located in Long Grove 
has immediate need 
of additoinal RN's. Full 
time 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. 
Good benefits. Com 
petitfve salary. 
Call Marilyn 

(706)43fre275 
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Mon. thru Friday 



gars; 

$$$ BONUS $$$ 
NUCLEAR MEDICINE 

TECHNOLOGIST 

Hanya an oppottunky to choote 
akhar Cut or part-tkne houra (both 
with our auperlor beneflia 
packaga), receive e generoua 
bonut, and reap the lewarda of 
becoming a member of our 
rapidly expending medlcel 
complex. I you are a Reganeied 
Tpcnnotogiat. lioanoed in laVca, 
you*i want to team move abowt ua 
and tret pottJon. A 83JO0 bonua 
(•1,500 for pan-tlma) 
aucceaaful applicant Gal Judy 
Novak at 006)7484287, or aand 
your retume In confidence or 
come In lo complaie an 
appacarJon at: 



AMERICAN 
INTERNATrONAL 

HOSPITAL 
1618 -23rd Street 

Zlon.IL 80099 

dMMaW OaT P OfaWJaet #JB8aiilQ¥ajr tttA 



1RNS/LPNS 

Needed for high 
tech pediatric home 
care case in 
Antioch. Part time & 
full time positions 
available, 8 a.m. - 6 
p.m., Mon.-Sat. Full 
time positions have 
full benefits. RNs up 
to $19.25/hr. LPNs 
upto$14.50/hr.Call 
(708)635-5666 
If out of (708) area 
code, call collect. 

Concerned 

Care Inc. 

The Home 

Nursing Service 



REHABILITATIVE 

HEALTH 
SERVICE, INC. 

PHYSICAL 
THERAPISTS 

RHS has position 
available for growth 
oriented Physical 
Therapist. Opportunity 
in sports medicine, 
oncology, industrial 
medicine and general 
acute care. Dynamic, 
aggressive leader 
ship. Excellent benefit 
package. 

If you are looking for 
professional growth, 
recognition and 
reward based on 
productivity - please 
contact: 

CAROL TOMUNSON 
DIRECTOR OF 
RECRUITMENT 

1-800-666-1747 

EOE 



CASHIERS 

Expanding convenience store chain in 
Mundelein & Vernon Hills area is in need 
of cashiers. No experience necessary. 
Flexible hours. Immediate openings for 
day shift For interview call 

Call Ruth Ann 
(708)367*3600 


MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST 
FULLTIME 

We. are seeking an experienced, energetic people- 
oriented person to greet our patients and handle our 
busy phones. If you enjoy ' a challenging position with 
light typing A some computer, we need you. The 
successful applicant will possess good organizational 
skills, be dotal minded and able to relate to our patients 
maturely. Paid vacations, med/life Ins., uniform 
reimbursement, PENS/PS. CaJ Linda 

Monday-Friday. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
(708)623-3090 



TACO 




'BELL 



ATfNt 
Home wiv« ( lUtlram, ttuefenlt 

NOW HIRING 

for our nam loeert Ion In ANTIOCH 

Wo oiler lleiiMe houra, competitive wages, free uniforms, pay In- 
crease altar 00 dayt, V> price meals and lilendly almoaptwe. ' 

{708)395-0080 



322 Route 173 



Antioch, IL 



WORKING WORLD 
TEMPORARY HELP 

We will need 

•Secretaries •Receptionists 

•Word Processors •Bookkeepers 

•Ute Industrial 

Long & short term assignments... 

For More Info. ^ajfYis 

Call us at ihi 

815-455-4490 UllLI 




Help Wanted, 

full-Time 



20 



QUALITY 
CONTROL 

Medical sub-assombly 
Clean Room needs Q.C. 
person In Highland Park, 
Exoeltent communication 
skills, familiarity with 
blueprints, SOP's, trace 
ability, MIL standards 
and Inventory control. 
Entry level OK, will train. 
Cal! Marie, r 
(708)831-9400 

Between 

10 a.m. & 3 p.m. 

EOEM/F 



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purchasing 

•Assistant to 
Purchasing 

Distribution 
Manager 

RESPONSIBILITIES Include es- 
aatlrtg Manager ai all duties In- 
volved In purchasing and dfctrib- 
uttng supply Hems ne c ea a aiy to 
support the operation ot lite 
lacftyjdeftrery ol prod ucts to 
lusiorners, assisting In Imple- 
mentation ol spe ct aTeve r i ta , oo* 
orointi»ig annitig proaxas io« 
Catalog operation, maintain co- 
eration of wefehouaing and 
shlpjW5g^eceMriflfu»>ctio<i, 

OTHER VARED duties kv 
dude tupanrwon of mantaly re- 
tarded adults. MUST have v**d 
drlvarelcenie. 

APPLY IN PERSON at: THE 
LAMBS FARM. 1-94 8 Route 
176, Ubertyvlta, IL 60048; or 
rnal resume to: Attn: Personnel 
Manager, (a.o.e.) 



LOAN 
CLERK 

American National Bank] 
of Lioertyvite, a leader In 
the banking industry 
currently has a full time 
opening in our loan 
operations department 
Responsibilities include 
data entry, loan 
verification, processing 
insurance, filing & other 
clerical functions. The 
ability to prioritize & work 
with little supervision a 
must CRT skills would 
be a plus. We offer 
competitive salary A a 
excellent benefit 

package. Call Brian 
Winchar at (708)816- 
4288 

AMERICAN NATIONAL 

BANK OF 

UBERTYVILLE 

1201 S. Milwaukee 

Ubartyvllle, IL 60048 

Equal Opportune* Emptors* 



Help Wanted, 

Full-Time 



20 



EXPERIENCED 
WAIT STAFF 

Full & part time 
positions available 
for lunches & 
dinners. Must be 
alert & have good 
attendance. 

Apply in person 

Country Squire 
Restaurant 

Rtos.120&45 
Grayslake 

Ask for Peter Van 



SALES 

Jenny Craig Weight 
Loss Company Is 
seeking qualified, 
motivated and enthu 
siastic people. Due to 
our expansion we are 
looking for people in 
the Buffalo Grove 
area. If you are 21 or 
older, have a back- 
ground in sales, 
service and are look- 
ing to learn a fascin- 
ating career with un- 
limited opportunities 
I call Jean at: 
312-267-5964 



THIN FILM 

TECHNICIAN! 

We have an Immediate 
opening In our encoder 
division for a qualified 
Thin Film Technician. 
Qualified applicants will 
possess experience in 
liquid resists and Thin 
Film technologies for the 
hybrid circuit industry. 
Duties will Include film 
application ft imaging, 
developing ft etching 
and process control and 
inspection. 
Qualified applicants may 
send resume to or apply 
at: " 

DYNAPAR 

CORPORATION 

1675 Delany Road 

Gumee, Illinois 60031 

equal opportunity empioyer 



| bAYTIME SALES 

Full or Part Time 

Sell our. interesting & unique lines of casual 
apparel, saddlery & riding accessories. Good 
merchandise discount. Flexible hours. Mothers 
students & seniors welcome. 

Apply Weds, thru Sun. 

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

m Peterson Rd. 

(Hwy. 137) 

Uberfyvlllej, IL 



liberlyvi 




Full-Time Reporter 

Lakeland Newspapers has an opening on 
its expanding news staff for a full-time 
reporter with a minimum of one year's 
experience in journalism. Background in 
photography helpful. Will handle a variety 
of assignments. Should be familiar with 
copy editing and layout. Must have reliable 
car for which travel expenses will be 
reimbursed. Good salary with benefits 
including hospitalization insurance and 
paid vacations. Contact Mike Pramshafer 
for interview appointment. 



Lakeland 



Grayslake, IL 
(708)223-8161 



Heap Wearies, 
FuN-Tkae 



20 



MAINTENANCE 
WORKER 

Mechanically Inclined 
Individual, Electrical and 
HVAC experience 
preferred, $8 - $12 per 
hour with excellent 
benefits. Apply in person. 
ALLENDALE 

ASSOCIATION 

Grand Ave. ft Offlefd 

Dr. 

Lake Villa, IL 



SECRETARY/ 
RECEPTIONIST 

Con lulling engineering, firm 
located In Northern McJIanry 
County currently hat a 
potltlon . open for a 
reapontible Individual waling 
to team good secretarial A 
organizetlonal akilla. DurJea 
Include phonea, greeting 
visitors and word 
processing, Congenial, non- 
smoker may apply fci person 
or send resume 8>: 
VARGA& 

ASSOCIATES 

P.O. BOX F 

RICHMOND, IL 60071 

ATTN: Ma. C Crlppen 

(815)678-2521 or 

(708)587-4555 



[SECRETARY II 
Position available with 
University of IL 
Cooperative Exten 
sion Service in 
Grayslake as Fiscal/ 
Horticulture Secretary. 
Must have good 
typing skills minimum 
150 wpm, some 
knowledge of office! 
machines, friendly 
telephone manner ft 
the ability to meet 
public. D Base, Lotus 
ft Wordperfeci 

desired. Benefits. Civi 
Service test required. 

SUBSTITUTE 
SECRETARY 

Substitute secretary to 
support present staff 
in busy office. 
Minimum typing 50 
wpm. Knowledge of D 
Base ft WordPerfect 
desired. 

Call 
(708)223-8627 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



E lEc T RollCr 

MANUFACTURING 

TECHNICIANS 

NEW FACILITY! 

RELOCATING AUGUST 

TO ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 
Oust off Rla. 83} 

A growing International 
manufacturing llrm has Iwo 
opanlngt tor tha Immediate 
employment ol qualified 
technicians. Initial training tor 
these posUona wil be conductad 
si our current location on the NW 
tide at Chicago. 
Qualified candidates mutt have 
earned a hfgh school flpjOfflB Of 
equivalent, and mutt.be a 
graduate of a two-year electronic 
technician program from an 
approved Inattlution. Experience 
In electronic aaaambty, (eating 
and trouble-shooting la preferred. 
Due lo cur continued growth, we 
can oner stable emptoyrmnt to 
qualified Individuals. Our full 
benatila package includsi 
company paid heath , dental and 
le, Insurance, tuition 
reimbursement, P.C. purchase 
program, 401 (K) tax-deferred 
tavingt plan. A separate 
company paid retirement plan 

Call: 312-MS-312S or write 

{Include Work History) to 

Employee Relatione, Oepi SP. 

EUREKA XAAVTUBI.fC. 

i2MN,KWJ»ATWCKAVE. 

CHICAGO, IL 80841 

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Help Wanted, 
Full-Time 



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Help Wenttd, 
Full-Time 



20 



G«fi*dOflk» 

BILLER 

Expsrlsncsd B»(«r/L&T Clsrk nsedsd 
(or North brook Auto Deal*. Encrfsnt 
talary ■nd benstrts, Profit ihtrtng 
Norn making otlos. PIMM Ctl Pory 
Chsitm tor appointment. (708)272 
7900. 

AUTOHAU8 ON EDENS 



FULL TIME 
HAIRSTYLISTS 

Call for appointment 
Styling Hutch 
(708)546-7066 



MrtwattMtfn Car* 

ATTN: HOME HEALTH AIDES1 

h's wild around herel We nosd 
extra help with HOME HEALTH 
AIDES, CNAs and COMPAN- 
IONS For home health care, 
private duty visits, natl rellel. 
Earn extra money, premium lor 
nlghts/weekenda. Call: 

UPJOHN HEALTHCARE SERVICES 
Berths*** 70Mt3-a«S0 
WoodeteokelSOlMNO 

Lbwtyvx** 7t*m7-XM 
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CAR HIKER 

Full-time, year "round 
person with valid driver's 
license and, good driving 
record (or established 
dealership. Hours, 7 a.m. to 
4 p.m. Good benefits with 
dental. Call Darlene B. after 
10,(708)234-2800. 



IMMEDIATE RETAIL 

SALES OPPORTUNITIES 
Available In LAKE ZURICH. 
Flexible morning and evening 
houra • good pay. These are 
permanent poaltlene. Call tor 
Interview TODAY: 

(708)980-5330 

wtarauf iMMxumr 

•kbvici* 

«d* r»i«« 



PAINTER 

To do custom homes. 
Exp'd & reliable. 
Barrington area 

Call 

(708)587-4400 

Between 9 a.m. & 4 p.m. 



FULLTIME 

DAILY 

REPORT 

CLERK/A.P. 

Entry level 

position. 

Located in 

Vernon Hills. 

(708)367-3600 



DRIVERS- 
MESSENGERS 

ril atari you with a radio, ril give 
you a terrlllc account base. I'll 
give you dispatch andollleo 
aupport. I'd give you the 
opportunity to succeed based on 
your ability. 1 will promise you 
nothing but long hourt and a lair 
shake. If you're experienced, 
have a late model vehicle, and 
adequate liability Insurance, call 
me after 8:00 a.m, Mon.-Frl,, at 
Phoenix Courier, 312-2B0-22B7; 
ask tor Dan. 

I Don't Hire More 
Than t Have Work For. 



GENERAL 
OFFICE 

Busy north suburban 
mail order firm. Varied 
duties including data 
entry and customer 
service. Small non 
smoking friendly 
office. Great place to 
work. Top benefits. 

M&N 

INTERNATIONAL 

Call Michael 

(708)680-4703 

EOEtWF 



SUPERVISOR 

Entry level line supervisor 
required lor packaging/ 
mailing house in Highland 
Park. Experience preferred, 
but will train. Set up jobs, 
supervise from 5 - 15 line 
workers, ensure quality 
control, record piece counts 
and attend to the Individual 
needs of your workers. 
Salaried position. Requires 
excellent communication, 
math and reading skills. 
Call Marie 
(708)831-9400 
Between 10 a.m, & 3 p.m. 

EOENVF 



STORE 
MANAGER 

Expanding convenience store chain in 
Lake County is in need of store 
managers. No experience necessary. 
Flexible hours. Immediate openings 
for day shift. For interview call 

(708)367-3600 

Ask tor Ruth Ann 



Now Accepting Applications For 

PRODUCTION 
WORKERS 

For 1st & 2nd Shifts 

Full Company Benefits 

Apply In Person 8 am. to 5 p.m. 

NU-WAY SPEAKER 

PRODUCTS 

945 Anita Antloch, IL 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



Help Wanted, 

Full-Time 



20 



"ATTENTION: 

POSTAL J0BSI 

Start '11. 41 /hour I For 
application info, call (1) 

602-838-8885, Ext. M-1 7354, 
6 a.m. -10 p.m., 7 days." 



MANUrV*6YURING 

Local manufacturer seeks ••vent 
mechanicalty Incline IndMdueJs to 
learn varlout production tunctkna. 
Experience In heat sealing or 
screen priming a plua. Cal 414 
666-7790 or tend letter/resume to 
OVC Industrie*, 4017 70th Ave., 
Kenosha, Wl 63142 



POSTAL 
JOBS 

M1.41/hr.to»14.90/hr. 
For exam and applica- • 

lion Information. 
Call (219) 769-6649, 

ext. IL 195 
8 a.m. -8 p.m. 7 days. 



ERE LATHE I 



Minimum 2 years 
experience for night shift 
4 p.m. - 2 a.m., 4 days a 
week. Apply in person at 
Cherokee Industries 
3737 Hawthorne Court 
Waukegan, IL 



FRAME 

SHOP 

MANAGER 

Experienced in all 

phases of picture 

framing. Call for an 

appointment. 

BEN FRANKLIN 

FAMILY CENTER 

Antloch, IL 

(708)395-3355 



WARD CLERK 
SECRETARY 

Long term care facility 
located in Long Grove is 
seeking an outgoing 
person with clerical & 
phone answering 

experience for full time 
Ward Clerk/Secretary 
position. Experience 
encouraged. For more 
information 

Call Marilyn 

(708)438-8275 

Mon. thru Frl. 

9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 



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Full-Time 



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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST 
B.A. Degree or MA Degree reaUred 
Salary 111.360 to 130,146 
commensurate with experience. 
Closing date: At soon as possible. 
Call or write for an application, 
(307)875-4135, Sveslwstsr Cry. 
School CHil. No. 2, 400 N. 1st E„ 
Green Rtwr.WY 82M6. 



COLLEGE 
STUDENTS 

Summer Work 
Must till full pail time 
positions S9.2I lo start. 

(708)564-2820 



NEEDED 

LEGAL 

SECRETARY 

For Grayslake law office. 
Word processing experi- 
ence helpful. 
Call 
(708)223-1500 
to schedule interview 



Pet Shop 
Sales 

KNOWLEDGE 'OF small birds 
beneficial. Some retail sates 

expert*** hespfuL Varied duties 
Include tome supervision of 
devetcymentasy^lsabejd adult*. 
WeeMM noun required. 

APPLY IN Person at: Die LAMBS 
FARM, Jet. l-M * RL 171, 
UbertyviSt, II WOO. (e.o.e.) 



RECEPTIONIST/ 
BOOKKEEPER 

Cheerful motivated 
individual needed 
for our new Gumee 
dental practice. 
Experience with 
peg board helpful. 
Please call 
(708)244-1925 



NIGHT 

ATTENDANT 

Summer Position Only 

Duties include night 
camper care, light main- 
tenance and building 
security. 

Hours 11 p.m.-7a.m. 

Salary $5 per hour 

Prefer 21 or over 

PEACOCK CAMP 

(708)356-5201 

(708)356-3031 

(after 4 pm) 

Ask for Peggy or Dive 



IMMEDIATE OPENING 
FOR PLANT SECURITY 

Light work, good pay. Weekend & holidays 
only - 12 hour shift. Ideal opportunity to 
supplement income. Please contact 
Personnel Department 

(708)438-4600 

CM. Products, Inc. 

800ElaRd, 
Lake Zurich, IL 60047 




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PRODUCTION 

MACHINE OPERATORS 

1 st Shift - 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. 

2nd Shift - 4:30 P.M. to 12:40 A.M. 

3rd Shift - 12:40 A.M* to 8 AM 

Full time dependable individuals needed to work 
in our Production Dept. on 1st and 2nd shift. 
Good starting salary with excellent company 
benefits. 



Apply In Person 
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 



0|^^. products, inc. 



201 Park Ave. Lake Villa, III 

An Equal Opportunity Employer . v 




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Deep d scours health and best*/ aids 
store. New start In RoBng Msadon 

nssdi Csshjsrs and Stocxsrs. 

Full/Pan Time. Excellent starling 

■ages, U bsnsAs, pssd raining , 

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tleedowa Town H*l 

1400 East Ocrl Road (At Algonquin) 



fulltiME 

1st & 2nd Shirt 

5 days plua overtime 

GENERAL 

FACTORY/UGHT 

ASSEMBLY 

Must be self rotated A quarry 
conscious. Eicesent work history 
a must. Win train right parson. 

Apply In person. • 
Monday -Friday 

Braetlde Plaetlce Corp. 

795 Bartlett Ave. 

Ardloch, IL 

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE 



INTERESTED 

IN COOKING? 

Kitchen trainees 
wanted. 
Learn prep, line and 
pizzas. Also part time 
experienced wait staff, 
bus help. 

ALEX'S 

89 E Grand 

Fox Lake, IL 

Apply In per son after 3 p.m. 



HOUSEKEEPER 

& DIETARY AIDE 



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Dietary aide hours 

Mon. thru Frl. 
10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 

MOUNT 
ST. JOSEPH'S 

(708) 438-5050 



RESTAURANT 
HELP NEEDED 

Immediate open- 
ings. Manager, 
assistant manager, 
counter help & 
drivers. Full & part 
time. . 

Call Tom 
Brothers Ribs 
(708)540-7427 



ASSEMBLERS 

Due to rapid growth, 
we are in need of 
assemblers for the 
assembly of electronic 
products. 
Soldering experience 
and prior experience 
with an electronic 
manufacturer pre- 
ferred. 

Apply at: 

DVNAPAR 

CORPORATION 

1675 Delany Road 
Gumee, IL 60031 

equal opportunity employer 



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RECEPTIONIST 

UQHT TYPING 

Lake Zurich 

(708)438-5566 



RESIDENT 
MANAGER 

To show apartments and 
manage tenants in a new 
building on the NW side of 
Waukegan. Ideal Tor a 
retired couple. Must be 
self motivated . and 
energetic. We'll train you. 

(708)336-3072 
(708)662-6568 



HAIR 
STYLIST 

Experienced stylist 
earn a minimum of 
$6.00/hour in a busy 
friendly professional 
atmosphere: 
Call 

(708)223-1411 

for interview 



MANAGEMENT 

TRAINEES 

New corporation expand- 
ing. No experience 
necessary. Start imme 
dialety. $15 to start Hours 
flexible. Full or part time. 
Will train. Call j 
(708)623-0020 

Waukegan 

(708)885-7782 

Schaumburg 



ANTIOCH AREA 
ENTRY LEVEL 

GRINDERS 

Will train. Age no 

barrier. Full time 

steady work. 

Call 

(708)395-1919 

8 a.m. -3 p.m. 

Application will be 

sent by mail. 



FULL TIM 

POSITIONS 
AVAILABLE 

For Workshop 
Director. Work with 
mentally retarded 
women in a new 
therapeutic center. 

Contact 
Sister Arlene 

MOUNT 
ST. JOSEPH'S 
(708)438-5050 



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SYSTEMS 

PROFESSIONALS 

The key to successful career advancement 
is understanding the market and working 
with a QUALITY firm committed to you 
personally. We are here in Grayslake to 
introduce Systems Professionals to many 
Northern Illinois opportunities not advertised. 
H you are interested in career advancement 
call us for a no cost evaluation. 

Tine Obvious Solution 

(708)223-8660 



HELPERS 

RETAIL SALES experience S*h 
some baking background helpful. 
Varied duties Include some 
supervision ol Develop mentally 
Disabled Adult. Weekend houra 
required 

APPLY IN PERSON: The LAUtS 
FARM, Jet l-»4 A Rt .iff, 
UberiyvUe, IL JQ0M (to*.) 



— WANTED 

Dynamic people-oriented 
person to learn all 
functions -of a dental 
business office. 

Communication skills 
and self-motivation are 
prime requisite. If you are 
seeking a challenging 
opportunity, ptease 
contact us at 

(7MUJ72-562e 

or 

(7M)t72-2237 

Wlnthrop Harbor 

Dental Center 

1001 Sheridan Rd, 

Wlnthrop Harbor 



GLASS CUTTER 

We have an opening for 
an entry level Glass Cutter 
in our encoder disc 
division. 
Applicants will possess 
experience in acetalene/ 
oxygen brazing. Surface 
grinding a plus. 
Duties include glass 
quartering & mounting and 
disc alignment and cutting 
Qualified applicants may 
fiend resume or apply at: ■ 

DVNAPAR 

CORPORATION 

* * • ■ 

1675 Delaney Road 
Gumee, Illinois 60031 

equal opportunity employer 



CASHIERS 
WANTED 

We have full & part 
time positions avail 
able for all shifts 
weekdays & week 
ends. Must be 21. No 
experience necessary, 
we will train. Compet- 
itive wages, benefits & 
the opportunity to 
advance. Apply today 
at a location near you. 

Round Lake Area 
Unocal 

comwofRtt.lJ4iFa!rlWd 

Antloch Unocal 

eomerofRte. 
UA North Ave. 

or 
Grayslake Unocal 

comer of Me. 131129 



MANAGERS & 
DRIVERS 
WANTED 

Earn $7 -$10 an hour 
Must have own car with 
insurance and be 18 years 
of age. MVR ran on every 
employee. Also needed 
PIE MAKERS & 
PHONE PERSONNEL 
No experience necessary, 
Full & part time positions 
available. 

Highland Park 
(700)433-5861 

Hlghwood 
(700)4334441 

Lake Bluff 

(708)205-5900 

North Chicago ' 

(708)473-3030 

DOMINO'S PIZZA 

MAIN OFFICE 

1(708)432-1371 
Ask about $50 New 
Employe* Bonus. 




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•DEStONERSALES yOHT.* 

North suburban area. 
Quality design bulfd firm 
seeking exp'd Individual. 
Salary based on exp. & 
abilities. Call 706/520-9600 
708/564-2066 



SALES, EASY U6NEV 

Qfowlng Fix service company 
needs Reps tor outside. 
Excellent commission and 
bonuses to 50K, 

1-aiS-469-t222 

fax: i-aoo-255-oeaa 

WORID-WCC FAX SERVICES 



Night Foreman/ 
HD Mechanic 

For long established, heavy duty 
truck dealership, San Francisco, 
CA area. Wages $40,000/yr. 
Excellent benefits. Call 415-347- 
405t,EXT. 19. 



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CIVIL. P.E. 

P«r m. petition. Ditlgntr/Prolicl 
Enjln»»r. - Current exp. wrtand 
dtvtlopmtnt prajtctt prefitrad, 
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- STYUST/ 
COSMETOLOGISTS 

In the Village Beauty 
Secrets at 400 E. 
Grand Ave., Lake Villa 
has a lull time position 
available. 

708-356-2200 

All inquiries strictly 
confidential 
Ask for Barb 



RECEPTIONIST 

Do you thrive in a busy 
environment? Are you 
energetic & willing to 
work flexible hours? Do 
you have bookkeeping 
ability & organization 
skills? To find out about 
career opportunity 
openings in our Round 
Lake location call: 
Ranee 
708-223-2677 

JENNY CRAIG WEIGHT 

LOSS CENTER 

Monday thru Friday 

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 



luslness 
Opportunities 



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Dullness 
Opportunities 



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BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY 

With growing travel 
agency in Round 
Lake Beach. Will 
except silent part- 
ner. If interested 
please call 

(708)740-0513 



Work Wanted 23 



EXPERIENCED 
WOMAN - Will clean your 

home or business by the job 
or by the hour, Have 
references. Cleaning and 
etc. (706) 244-6612. 
23 : 24-143 

WORK WANTED - Com- 
mercial art student looking 
for work. Have portfolio. 
Also have own air brush. 
Ask for Rob or leave mes- 
sage. (708) 356-0209. 
23-24-144 



DRIVERS - 5000, reasons 
you should choose J.B. 
Hunt J.B. Hunt has over 
5000 drivers who, after 
considering other trucking 
companies and other truck- 
ing schools came to us. 
6000 people can't be 
wrong. Central Area Vo- 
Tech in Drurhrlght, Okla- 
homa can give you the 
training you'll need and we 
regularly hire drivers who 
have completed the ap- 
proved course. Free tuition 
is available. For careers that 
offer good pay, stability and 
more, call 1-800-643-3331. 
EOE. Subject to drug 
screen. 

25-23-11 



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IlkjCATkW. TRAINING 




DIESEL TRUCK Pah/PR 
TRAINING SCHOOL IMC. 

•Starting every 2 weeks 
-Accredited Members 

NATTS 
•Weekend Training 

Available 
•Eligible Institution for 

Guaranteed Student 

Loans If You Qualify 

CALL ANYTIME 

1-600-332-7364 

HwylS1,SunPralrla,WI 

A private school unaffiliated with 
any other Industry-aince 1963 




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L-SHAPED CREW'S 
QUARTERS BUNK 
BEDS - With attached 4 
^drawer dresser and mat- 
tresses. Matching 3 drawer 
dresser with hutch and 
desk. All dark pine finish,- 
$400. Call, (708) 223-6775 
.after 6 p.m. - 

43-23-22 

BEDROOM SET -double 
bed, box spring & mattress, 
2 night stands, man's chest 
of drawers, ladies large 
dresser & mirror. All dark 
wood. Matched set. Also 
large sleeper sofa. Ex- 
cellent condition. Dark 
. wood on arms. All Hke new 
condition. (708) 438-7527 
43-TF-119 

SOLID WOOD PIO- 
NEER TREASURE 
DINING TABLE - 4 

leaves, 6 chairs, large hutch, 
server. Excellent condition. 
$1000.(708)438-9110. ' 



TORO LAWNMOWERS- 

Recondilloned self pro- 
pelled and push type. (708) 
746-2944. 

44-23-139 

LAWN TRACTOR - 16 
h.p. 44" mower, deck hyrdo 
drive. $1000 o.b.o, (708) 
395-1966 after 5 p.m. 
44-23-89 



NORDSTROM 

TREE 
EXPERTS CO. 

Land Clearing 

Tree Removal 

& Stumps 

Seasoned Hardwood 

Fully Insured 

(708)526-0858 



fOLFF TANNING 

IEDS - Commercial-home 

jnits from $199. Lamps-lo- 

bns-accessories. Monthly 

jy merits low as $18. Call 

ly for free color catalog 

1-800-228-6292. 

22-23-7 

E YOUR OWN BOSS - 
ational manufacturer 
ds local person to ser- 
e 100% natural juice 
te. Best one man busi- 
s ever. No selling. No 
erhead. Must have 
4,400 secured 100% by 
entory. Very possible in- 
stment recouped first 
ar. This could make you 
' pendent First time of- 
. For details call 9 a.m. - 
|m. 1-800-633-1740. 
22-23-6 



BUSINESS... 

Juy this high profit candy 
pending route. Nationally 
iroven program since 
1959. Nice family 
tusiness- ,T Includes 
raining. Requires cash 
nvestmeht of $4^237 to 
114,070. Call 1800-328- 
r723. 

JLE INDUSTRIES 
Since 1039 



DO YOU NEED A 
BABYSITTER - For expe- 
rienced help with 2 kids of 
our own. We like to do many 
activities plus go on fun field 
trips. Transportation In- 
cluded if needed. Plus 
meals and snacks included. 
Call Michelle or Marcy at 
(708) 295-1988 between 8 
am. and 5 p.m. 

23-23-84 

DO YOU WANT MORE 
THAN A SITTER - For 
your 8-12 yr. old? Christian 
mother and teacher offers 
loving care plus varied out- 
door sports, fieldtrips to 
museums and zoos. I will 
only take 2 children at $3.50 
per hr. each for 30-40 hrs. 
weekly, Monday-Friday. 
Please call (708) 587-4650. 

1 live in Vacation Village. 

24-24-54 

MATURE PERSON TO 
CARE FOR OUR 5 
MONTH OLD BOY - And 

do light cleaning in our 
Round Lake home. Monday 
- Friday. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. $100 
per week. References 
required. If interested, 
please contact Nancy or Jeff 
at (708) 740-0994. 
24-23-128 

CHILD CARE - In our 

Grayslake home. Monday- 
Friday. 3 children ages 1,2 
and 11 years. Must be reli- 
able and have references. 
(708) 223-0268. 

24-24-133 

ISLAND LAKE -Mother of 

2 will babysit full or part time 
in my Fox River Shores 
home. Lots , of t.l.c. 
Reasonable rates. Non 
smoker. (706)526-5781. 

TEENAGE GIRL - Willing 
to babysit 2 to 3 days a week 
this summer. (708) 356- 
6418. . - 



194S CADILLAC 

FLEETWOOD - 60S 

series. 4 door. Engine and 
transmission professionally 
rebuilt Power steering and 
brakes added. $5000 or 
best offer. (708) 244-7930. 
30-23-16 

37 PIECES ANTIQUE 
WOODWORKING 
EQUIPMENT - Sold as a 

lot Call after 6 p.m. (708) 
438-8520. 

30-23-75 



Schools/ 
Instruction 



25 



Appliances 



31 



KENMORE APART- 
MENT SIZE WASHER 
AND DRYER - Needs 
work. $350 or best offer. 
(708) 566-85-98. 
31-23-60 



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Equipment 



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BUSINESS COPY MA- 
CHINE - Like new. Many 
features. Cost $1900, sell 
for $475. (708)724-8981. 
35-24-117 

MUST SELL - Canon 
electronic typewriter with 
digital correction screen. 
Great for high school and 
college students, traveling 
business men. Quiet 
enough for libraries. Call 
(708) 356-8297. Ask for 
Becky. 

35-TF-17 



Electronics 



36 



CAMCORDERS - VCRs. 
Wholesale. 42 brands. No 
tax, free UPS delivery. Free 
Camcorder Buyers Guide. 
None for VCRs. Call with 
model wanted for our price. 
1-800-344-7123. 

36-23-8 . 



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37 



LEARN TO DRIVE AND 
WORK ON THE BIG 
RIGS - For more Informa- 
tion call 1-800332-6543 
and ask for Mr. Amerson. 
General Education a Train- 
ing, Inc., Resident Training, 
Grandview, MO. 

25-23-5 
BEGIN YOUR CAREER 
IN TRAVEL - At Midwest 
Travel Institute, 1301 W. 
Lombard, Davenport, IA 
52804. New classes: June 
11, August 20, October 22. 
On -campus housing. Call 
today. 1-800-747-3434. 
Joint venture AAA-lowa/8t 
Ambrose University. 

25-23-14 



FOR SALE - Bergey 
Windpower electric genera- 
tor. Cost new $25,000 - will 
sell $8000. You dismantle. 
Everything in working order. 
(708) 587-8150 

37-TF-97 

100% ALFALFA - $2 a 
bale. (708) 395-8263. 
37-22-50 

HAY AND STRAW - for 

sale. Call (414) 857-2525 or 
(414) 857-2277 

37-TF-25 



HUGE MULTI-FAMILY 
GARAGE SALE -Satur- 
day, June 9, 10 am. - 3 pm. 

Clothes, chlldrena 1 toys, 
furniture, household items 
and much misc. 1900 block 
of Madison, Gurnee. From 
Dilleys and Lawson to 1900 
Madison. No eeriy birds. 

40-23-36 
GIGANTIC 2 FAMILY 
GARAGE SALE - Friday 
and Saturday, June 8 and 9. ■ 
9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 1089 
Lexington Ln., Lake Zurich. 
3 blocks west of Rand Rd. 
and Cuba. 

40-23-34 
MULTI-FAMILY SALE - 
102-152 East Winchester, 
Libertyville. Saturday, June 
9, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Please 
park on Winchester and 
walk to the bargains. 

40-23-35 
FOUR PARTY GARAGE 
SALE - Sat. and Sun., 
June 9 and 10. Clothes, 
furniture, lots of misc. 522 
West Hawthorne, Round 
Lake Beach. 

40-23-96 
MOVING SALE - Too 
much to list 1/4 mile south 
of '120. Only house be- 
tween Bacon & Fairfield Rd. 
On Townline Rd. June 7 
through June 10. (708) 
546-2988. 

40-23-55 
ESTATE SALE - 
Everything must go. Sat. 
and Sun., June 16-17. 29 
Sayton Rd., Fox Lake. 
Between Rollins Rd. and Rt. 
12. Watch for the signs. 
40-24-101 

MOVING SALE - Every- 
thing must go. 204 Hickory 
Terrace, Island Lake. Friday, 
June 8 - Saturday, June 9. 

40-23-20 
GARAGE SALE - June 9 
and 10, 9 a.m. - 4. p.m. 
Household items, clothing 
and baby items. 26342 W. 
Laurel, Wauconda. Off of 
Rt.59. 

40-23-21 



43-23-61 
MOVING TO FLORIDA 
SALE - Couch, lounge 
chairs, dining room set, TV 
and stand, wardrobe, glass 
end-table, ornamental iron, 
fireplace screen, foot pedal 
grinding wheel, poker table, 
redwood picnic table with 
umbrella. Call (708) 566- 
1433 for appointment 

43-24-62 

FRIGIDAIRE LAUNDRY 
CENTER - Perfect for 
apartment or condo. Excel- 
lent condition. Originally 
$900. Asking $500 or best 
offer. (708) 623-1825. 
43-24-102 

FOR SALE - Living room 
furniture sale. 89" green 
sofa, 2 gold chairs, 10 piece 
pit group, tables and lamps. 
(708) 526-6459. 
43-23-37 



CU6 CAIteY 



Model 1720 

17 h.p. 2 cyl. Kobter engine. 

( Hydro transmission, 

46" high vacuum deck 

Ust price $3,979 

Sale price $3,299 

SERVICE DYNAMICS 
812 N. Lake SL 

(Hwy.45) 
Mundeleln, IL 

(708)566-4140 



ANTIQUE PINE BUNK 
BED SET - 2 bureaus, mir- 
ror, night stand, 2 mat- 
tresses and box springs, 
$225. Also stereo/radio In 
oak cabinet. $50. Call (708) 
5460186. 

45-23-79 

RACING 12 SPEED 
BIKE - Bennotto Frame, 
great components, very low 
miles, best offer. Call (708) 
546-5809, leave message 
45-TF-164 

RCA 50" BIG SCREEN 
TV - Asking $850 or best 
olfer (414) 877-2924 after 
6pm 

45-TF-168 

GET IN SHAPE FOR 
LIFE - Dual action Exer- 
Cycle. Electronic console, 9 
functions. Almost new. Was 
over $300. Sell for $150. 
(708) 587-6983. 
45-23-90 

PRECOR ROWER - ex- 
cellent condition $320 new, 
best offer. Cell (708) 546- 
5809 leave message. 
45-TF165 



Musical 
Instruments 



46 



4 POSTER KING SIZE 
WAVELESS \i 
WATERBED - Beautiful 
condition. $325. (708) 336- 
7680. Leave message. * 
43-23-88 

IMPERIAL FREEZER - 2 

years old. $100. Call be- 
tween 9 a.m. • 9 p.m. (708) 
395-2301. 

43-23-53 



Miscellaneous 45 



KRACO AM/FM CAS- 
SETTE - car stereo, 40 
watt, built in equalizer, stall in 
box. Best offer Call (708) 
546-5809 leave message. 
• 45-TF-166 

FOR SALE - 1 set of 
interior French doors. $65. 
1 set of bi-fokt closet door 
still in box. $20. Baby crib. 
$25. Digital word processor. 
$75. Will take best offers. 
(708) 587-3430. 

45-23-129 

ATARI 7800 - Brand new 
with 8 games. $50. Call 
(708) 356-2985 evenings 
or weekends. 

45-TF-121 



Good Used Furniture, 
dining room, kitchen, 
bedroom set complete 
or will separate. Also 
TVs. 

(708)740-0286 



Lawn /Garden 



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A SWIMMING POOL 
BUY NOW 

Swim In June • Own A 

HUGE 19" x 31* O.D. Pool 

,w/Sundeck, Fence, Filter, 

Pump and Vac. For Only 

$799.00 

STAY COOLI 

CALL RIGHT NOW" 

1-800-524-7905 24 hrs. 

and Receive FREE SOLAR 

COVER W/PURCHASE 

Wo Will Beat All 

Competitlors Price • 

MC/VISA 



HAMMOND CONSOLE 
ORGAN - Good condition. 
Reasonably priced. (708) 
223-0643. 

46-23-95 

UPRIGHT PLAYER 

PIANO - Rebuilt by a 
professional. 20 rolls of 
music Included. (708) 587- 
7536. 

46-24-103 

ORGAN - Hammond. Never 
been used. Paid $1250. 
Asking $650. (708) 295- 
5582. 

Pets I Supplies 47 

MOLUCCAN COCKA- 
TOO - Beautiful, tame, af- 
fectionate. With large cage. 
$995. (708) 526-8346. 
FATHERS DAY 

PUPPIES -Liver and while 
Springer Spaniels. All 
males. $150 each. Gentle 
and easy to train as pels and 
hunters. Reedy now. (708) 
587-3316 after 6 p.m. 

Wonted to Buy 49 

GERMAN WWII - Equip- 
ment, uniforms, weapons, 
books, or the unusual. 
Army, Air Force or SS. WiH 
pay reasonable cash prices. 
For my personal collection 
only. I am not a dealer. Cal 
after 6pm or leave message. 
(708) 587-8670 



ROUND LAKE 

BEACH 

CHURCH OF 

GOD 

Is having a rummage 

& bake sale. 

June 8 & 9 

9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

1202 Cedar Lake Rd 

Round Lake Beach, IL 

(708)740-2600 



GARAGE SALE 

Lake Srtangriia, Wl 
21821121st St. 
Sat & Sun. June 9 & 10 
10 a.m. -5 p.m. 
50 Jim Beam collector bottles, including 
Antioch's 75th anniversary bottle, some still 
unopened. Old radios, TVs, sewing machine, 
garden tools, and hundreds of unique & 
antique items, 



FATHER'S DAY, JUNE 17TH 
LARGE NURSERY STOCK AUCTION 

June 17th 1990 - 12:30 p.m. Sharp 

Wauconda, IL - At Hawthrone Hills Riding Stables - 1 block north of Old 
McHenry Road on'Milton Road. Watch for Auction signs (3 blocks from 
US Route 12) 

All stock will be dug and ready to load Auction Day • bring your trucks. Loading 
assistance will be available. Terms: Cash or Good Check. All stock to be paid in full 
Auction Day, prior to loading. Come and be prepared to buy. All stock is nursery 
grown. A large selection to choose from, all types and sizes. Bring a friend, bring 
your father, bring your snowmobile trailer and haul some trees home III 



Amur Maple 
Norway Maple 
Crimson Maple 
Red Maple 
Siver Maple 
Black Aider 
Service Berry 
Birch 
Red Bud 

Washington Thorn 
Green Ash 
White Ash 
Honey Locust 
Cork Tree 



Pussywillow 

Cypress 

linden ■ 

Red Barberry 

Flowering Quince 

Red, Yellow, Grey Dogwood 

3 Varieties Cottoneaster 

3 Varieties Burning Bush 

2 Varieties Dwarf Forsylhia 

St. John's Wart 

Regal Privet 

Honeysuckle 

Bayberry 

Gold Mock Orange 

Dwarf Ninebark 



Purple Plum 

3 Varieties Spirea 
Lilacs 

5 varieties Viburnum 
Korean Boxwood 
Japanese Bittersweet 
Yucca 

4 varieties Juniper 
Norway & Colorado Spruce 
MugoPiie 

Austrian Pine 4 -61/? 

White Fine 

Scotch Pine 

3 Varieties Spread & Upright Yew 

Dark Green Arborvitae 



Flowering Crab 

NOTE: Hauling & Planting Contractor will be available Auction Day for quotations 

Complete catalog on Auction Day Attend This Auction You Wont Be Disappointed 

CALL AUCTION CO. FOR MORE INFORMATION 

POWERS AUCTION SERVICE 

CRYSTAL LAKE, ILLINOIS 

815-455-1496 



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LAKE ZURICH- By owner. 
Enjoy 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
both, spacious split with 
pool. Across from park. This 
summer. 2 1/2 car garage, 
country kitchen, fully 
fenced, huge yard. Quality 
neighborhood, terrific 
schools and shopping. Too 
many upgrades to list Anx- 
ious to move. $146,000. 
Principles only. (708) 438- 
5314. 

50-24-64 



SILVER LAKE, Wl. - 

New 5 bedroom, 2 bath 
raised ranch with attached 
garage. Large living room 
with fireplace, kitchen with 
dining area and patio doors 
Id wood deck. Family room. 
1/2 block to elementary 
school. Carpeted, natural 
gas heat, municipal sewer, 
drilled well. $109,900. Fi- 
nancing available. 9% inter- 
est. (414) 534-5263 after 5 

p.m. • 

50-24-65 



Homes for Sett 50 



WILDWOOD - 2 bedroom. 
1/3 acre, lots of trees, 1 
block from lake. $94,900. 
(706) 223-0240 after 5 p.m. 
50-23-104 



BARRINQTON -26062 
Qeraldine Ln. $146,900. 
1/2 acre wooded lot 3 bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, colonial. 
Formal dining room, fire- 
place, central air, full base- 
ment, 2 1/2 car attached 
garage. (708) 362-1053. 
50-23-135 



Over 200,000 Readership 



WAUCONDA 
IN TOWN 

1 bedroom brick with 
central air condi 
tioning 

$59,900 

26941 S. Main 

Wauconda, IL 

Owner is broker 

(700)526-5000 

Days 



MINI-ESTATE 

In the heart of Fox Lake. 
Peaceful 3 bedroom, 2 
bath home overlooking 
Mineola Bay. 4 lots, 
landscaped with New 
England charm, offer 
privacy and escape. 

Call for details 
$164,900 

(708)587-6902 
Evenings 




Stop By and checkout these Open Mouses this week^ 




OPEN SUNDAY 12-4 p.m. 

1609 Bay berry, Llbertyvllle 
Elegant 2 story in prestigious Meadow Woods 
subdivision. 10 rooms, 4 bedrooms, oak floors and 
stairway. Master suite with walk in closets & Jacuzzi 
bath. 3 car garage. One acre lot $479,000 Dir: 1 
mile S. of 120 on E. side of O'Plaine Rd 




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Jack Clemens 



(708)223-7878 
(708)223-5996 



TWO FOR ONE SALE! 

Enjoy the benefits of a sharply maintained 
duplex home. Come see me, I offer 2 
bedrooms, full partly finished basement, 
detached, garage and much morel 

All For Only 

$109,900 

HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL 

Exceptionally maintained cute 2 bedroom brick 
ranch. Full finished basement with wet bar. 
Stone fireplace, too much to list. 
$76,200 



NEW CONSTRUTION! 

Raised ranch, large rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 
baths. On large 3/4 acre lot. 
$94,900 



INVEST FOR YOUR FUTURE 

Why settle for a small lot when you can enjoy a 
large 3/4 acre homesite for under $20,000? 
Call for directions and details todayj 

DEITERS 

& BLACKWOOD REALTY 

(708)223-0050 



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Expectthebest" 

Donna Radke, GRI 
Executive Sales Associate 

708-367-4900 or 708-223-3 1 85 

Location! Location! Location! 
Extra roomy affordable ranch 
with family room, next to park. 

$94,900 






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Exceptional acre property with 
new gazebo, large rooms & 
much, much more! 

Libertyville $259,500 



SPRING, GROVE BY 
OWNER - Across the 
street from the Chain. 3 
bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, with 
central air conditioning. 
Complete renovation in- 
cludes new carpets, new 
ceramic bath and 2 new 
decks, 2 car extra deep 
garage with concrete patio 
and fenced yard. $79,900. 
(708) 546-9447. 
50-23-92 



OPEN HOUSE - Sunday, 
June 10, 11 a.m. -4 p.m. 4' 
bedrooms, 2 baths, central 
air, deck. Walking distance 
to lake, school and public 
transportation. New walMo- 
wall carpeting. Newly 
painted. $82,000. 1226 
Brier Ln., Round Lake 
Beach. (708) 439-1399. 
50-23-132 



ISLAND LAKE 

3 bedroom, 2 bath, 
laundry room, deck, 
on quiet channel, 
new-renovated, 
$124,500 
(815)455-1350 





A mechanics delight and if your 

a family man this is it! I 
Four plus bedrooms, large 
family room, lots of storage & 
more It 

Wildwood $145,500 

Call Donna for your 
private showing! 



NEW 

Bedroom, 2 1/2 
bath, massive' deck, 
energy efficient 
heating/A.C. Fully 
landscaped, 2 car 
garage. Built by 
students at Vocational 
Center (LCAVC). 

108 Mainsail 
Mariners Govs ' 
Third Lake.IL 

Asking $125,000 

Call Mike Anderson 

(708)223-66B1 
for details 



WAUCONDA 

IN TOWN 

Walk to every- 
thing 2 bed- 
room, attached, 
heated 2 car 
garage. Large 
lot 
Asking $89,900 

' 520 S. Main 
Wauconda, IL 
Owner is broker 
(708)526-5000 






BEAT THE HEAT 

Beautifully decorated 3-4 
bedroom home in 
Pistakee Highlands. 
Above ground pool, sun 
deck, shaded cement 
patio, large fenced yard, 
perfectly landscaped. 
Central air, 2 car garage, 
plenty of storage 'space 
and a Home warranty. 
$111,900 
Call 




REALTY WORLD' 

Durbln-Stoval 

McHenry.IL 

(815)385*8060 

Ask for Lee or StMmh Suyion 




OVERALL DIMENSIONS: TM'-O" 1 7M" 
LIVING: 34M«4UMfMt 
GARAGE: 912 >qu» tatt 
COVERAGE: 3601 squirt fHl 



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Because readers in this area 
expressed such a wide range of 
responses to the 1990 Dream Home 
Survey, it was necessary to design 
homes in three different sizes. This, 
the largest of the three, was created 
from a compilation of requests by 
people who wanted a large home, 
between 2 ,500 sq ft and up. 

The country colonial Dahlia 3 
manages to combine old world 
flavor with a country feel. Its lofty 
brick arched entry, richly gabled 
roofline and double chimneys, 
make it as imposing as it is 
comfortable and spacious within. 

This home includes a guest suite 
and a home office, both popular 
features these days. The home 
office fills the bill for the people 
who are finding it cither necessary, 
or desirable to do at least some of 
their work at home. If no office is 
needed, it could be a study, exercise 
or hobby room, or even an artist's 
studio. 

The guest suite will be equally 
appreciated whether its occupant is 
an aging parent or adult offspring 
who need a place to stay for awhile. 
Its location in an area separate from 
both the master suite and the 
second floor . bedrooms offers 
privacy. 

Ceilings in the living room, 
dining room and entry are vaulted 
to the second floor and filled with 
light from banks of windows, 
giving the area an almost cathedral- 
like sense of space. The landing at 
the top of the graceful open 
stairwell overlooks the entryway 
and the dining room. 



330-73 DAHLIA 3 

By Lindmut DmIqm 



Warm natural light fills the large 
country kitchen as well, flooding in 
through twin skylights, a garden 
window and the sunny, half- 
octagon -shaped nook. A large 
pantry adds to the already ample 
storage space, and one side of the 
cooking/work island doubles as a 
small eating bar. 

Utilities are down the long 
storage-lined hallway, close to the 
garage. A laundry chute adds 
convenience, and a touch of fun for 
the kids, while space for a freezer is 
an added plus. 

The master suite is spacious and 
elegant, with a walk-in closet as 
large as some children's bedrooms, 
and another closet to boot. Other 
features include a separate shower 
and oversized tub (could be a spa), 
along with an extra vanity in the 
skylit dressing room. 

And naturally the home has a two 
car garage with extra space for 
storage and plenty of room for a 
large shop. As an additional plus, 
this home is designed so that 
empty nesters can live completely 
on the lower level, leaving the 
upper floor ready for visiting 
family members or other overnight 
guests. 

For a study plan of the DAHLIA 
3 (330-73), send $5.00 to 
Landmark Designs, P.O. Box 
2307, Eugene, OR 97402. (Be sure 
to specify plan name & number 
when ordering). Designers, 
Architects and readers with plans 
they would like to see featured also 
are invited to contact Landmark. 



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Apartments 
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Homester Sale 50 HMMiWMted 52 



BOULDER JUNCTION 
wl. - Year round cottage on 

[2 3/4 acre land. Beautiful 
wooded, area, 100' lake 

(frontage, clean lake, sand 
beach. Call Linda (414) 377- 
5210, 1 -4 p.m. or (414) 
284-3263 evenings and 
weekends. 

50-25-23 

. WOULD YOU LIKE A 
FREE MARKET 

ANALYSIS OF YOUR 
PROPERTY - Call now 
and we will send a certified 
appraiser to your home at 



TEACHER AND FAM- 
ILY NEED TO RENT - 3 

bedroom home in Lake Villa 
school district. (708) 356- 
0962. 

52-23-25 



tondol/' 
Townhomai 



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Deitere and 
Realty. (708) 



no charge. 

Blackwood 

223-0050. 

50-23-40 
LIBERTYVILLE - Desir- 
able location near all 
schools. 2 story colonial. 4 
bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, fin- 
ished lower level, family 
room with fireplace, large 
kitchen. Must see to appre- 
ciate. (708) 362-8180. 

50-23-41 

SILVER LAKE, WL - 
New 5 bedroom, 2 bath 
raised ranch with attached 
garage, large living room 
with fireplace, kitchen with 
dining area and patio doors 
to wood deck, family room. 
1/2 block to elementary 
school. Carpeted, natural 
gas heat, municipal sewer, 
drilled well. $109,900. 
Financing available. 9% 
interest. (414) 534-5263 
after 5 p.m. 

'50-23-93 

Homei for Rant 51 

3 BEDROOM RANCH - 2 

car garage, carpeted, no 
pets. $695 per month. (708) 
526-8306. 

51-23-105 

HOUSE FOR RENT - 
Fox Lake water rights. 
Sharp, remodeled, 7 rooms, 
3-4 bedrooms, family room, 
garage, stove, refrigerator, 
dishwasher. No pets. Nice 
family neighborhood. $750 
per month plus security de- 
posit Available immediately. 
(708) 546-2244. 
51-23-22 

HOUSE FOR RENT -3 
bedroom, 2 car garage, 
washer and dryer, a/c, 
Grayslake schools. $675 
per month. 1st and last 
months* rent plus $250 
cleaning deposit. Available 
July 1st. Call evenings or 
^weekends. (708) 546- 
[5745. 

51-23-42 

(HOUSE FOR RENT - 
[New 3 bedroom, 2 story 
louse. $700 per month. 
[Discounted rent plus utili- 
ses and security. Deposit, 
soon 8 welcome. (708) 
$46-6770 or (708) 546- 
1945. 

51-23-24 

iRAYSLAKE - Recently 
rated and carpeted, 3 
iroom home near lake. 
intra) air, fuN basement, 2 
iths, wood burning fire- 
ice, 2 car garage. Fenced 
yard with large patio and 
gril. Move in condition. 
Jrity deposit required, 
lo. pets. $860. (708)223- 
)333. 

51-23-43 

/AUCONDA - 3 bedroom 
kome needed by August 1. 
.all (616) 925-7409. 
51-23-71 



[ Homtijjfanttd 52 

'ANTED • Family of 5 
)king for homo for long 
[rm rental or rent with 00- 
mi. 4 bedroom plus. Anti- 
* area only. Call (708) 
>5-5722 anytime. ■ 

52-23-57 
IOVINQ? - Use Lake- 
id's Real Estate Guide to 
alp you soil or rent your 
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LAKEFRONT CON DO - 

Overlooking Pislakee Lake, 
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, wood 
or gas burning fireplace, 
boat slip and pool on com- 
plex. $79,900. Walking dis- 
tance to train. (708) 587- 
0055. 

54-24-66 

WISCONSIN DELLS 
CONDO - 1 bedroom, fire- 
place, on the river with pool 
and tennis courts. All the 
Dells attractions nearby plus 
golf, fishing, skiing and dog 
track. $32,500. (708) 223- 
0902. 

54-24-106 

VERNON HILLS - 

Immaculate 2 story plus 
finished basement. 2 
bedrooms, 11/2 baths. 
Motivated sellers. $87,000. 
(708) 816-6227. 

54-24-107 
VERNON HILLS - 
Immaculate 2 story town 
home plus finished 
basement. 2 bedrooms, 1 
1/2 baths. Motivated sellers. 
$87,000. (708) 816-6227. 

54-24-107 

WAUCONDA-MINIUM - 

Option to buy. 2 bedrooms, 
1 bath. On Bangs Lake. 800 
sq. ft Washer, dryer, dish- 
washer, fireplace, beach, 
docks. No pets. $679 plus 
security. (815)455-0671. 
54.-26-44 

TOWN HOU8E FOR 
RENT - Meadow Green, 
Round Lake Beach. 2 bed- 
room town house. All appli- 
ances. $640 per month. 
Will rent month to month. 
(708) 834-0308. 

54-24-136 } 



NEW MOBILE 
HOMES 

Only 8 Left! 

A retirement community, 
Wauconde, IL Starting at 
$29,900. Ready to move 
n. Call (708)526-5000 
days or (708)526-3095 
evenings. 

Early bird promotion 

FREE washer & dryer 

with purchase. 



I WHY RENT? 

Homes for $1.00, Ropos. 

Gov't Qive Away 

Programs! For Information 

504-649-0670 

Ext. R-8555 



WAUCONDA - 2 bedroom 
with big deck and yard on 
lake. $550 per month, In- 
cludes heat. (706) 526- 
1247. 

56-23-127 



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BEAUTIFUL 
LAKE GENEVA 

Take a short 30 minute drive 
northwest 'to tour 
WISCONSIN'S "SHOW 
CASE' MANUFACTURED 
HOW COMMUNITY 

< LARGE LANDSCAPED LOTS 
-i GARAGES AVAILABLE 

V CITY UTILrTIES 

>/ COMMUNITY CENTER 

< LARGE PLAYGROUND 

V MINUTES FROM SHOPPING, 
SCHOOLS AND RECREATION 

PIONEER 
ESTATES 

2 miles south of Lake 

Geneva on Hwy. H 

MODELS OPEN EVERY DAY 

(414)24S-U31 




Apartments 
to Share 



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LARGE ROOMS FOR 
RENT - Include wall-to-wall 
carpeting, central air condi- 
tioning, telephone hook up. 
Kitchen privileges. Females 
preferred with quite life 
style. Must be employed. 
$60-80 per week, $100 se- 
curity deposit. (708) 546- 
4493. 

58-23-131 



DEEP LAKE 



HERMITAGE 

Spacious 1 & 2 bedr o om 
apartments. Wall to wall 
carpet. Appliances 
Included, ample closet 
space. Free gas heat a 
cooking. Scenic, quiet 
country setting features 
tennis & basketball 
courts, a tot lot, laundry 
rooms. Sorry, no pets. 
Call Elsie 
Mon-Fri 

9 a.m.- 8 p.m. 

(708)356-2002 
Equal Homing Opportunly 



Lots /Acreage/ 
Farms 



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Apartments 
for Rent 



Mobile Nomas 



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FOR RENT - 3 bedioom 
apt. 31 1 Nippersink, Round 
Lake. Section 8 wolcome. 
Call (708) 945-7270. Leave 
message. 

56-23-63 

LARGE 1 AND 2 BED- 
ROOM APARTMENTS - 

In Lake Villa. $495 and $595 
per month. (708) 356-5474. 

56-26-110 

WAUKEGAN - 1 bedroom, 
security building and laun- 
dry. (708) 623-3439. 

56-23-45 
LAKE BLUFF - 1 and 2 
bedroom apt. Newly re- 
modeled. Laundry, pool 
and cabana. From $525. 
Heat included. (708) 615- 
9717. 

56-23-45 



5 M Put a lake 
in your 

life! 



BUYING NEW AND 
USED MOBILE HOMES 

-For cash. 1-309-452-0646, 
1-800-747-5467. Selling 
new and used mobile 
homes for less. Free 
statewide delivery and ser- 
vice. 1-800-537-7743. 
55-23-10 

MOBILE HOME • 12x50, 
2 bedrooms, In Wheeling, all 
appliances, 2 new air condi- 
tioners, new carpet. Ideal 
starter home. Muat sell. 
$8500 or best offer. (708) 
459-1960 after 5 p.m. 

55-24-108 
MOBILE HOME - 12x65, 
2 bedrooms. $4000 or best 
offer. (414) 552-8092 after 
4 p.m. 



MOBILE HOME PARK 

Over 100 pads. Wei local*} BW 

Michigan. Large lots, ofl-street 

periling, cty utlHtlet. $9,905 per 

pad. New and exdusNety otiwd 

by MIKE MWESeiL 

1 4tMfrSH T Sf SI fttMSft 

AMERKAM ACQUEST 

REALTY MVS»ON 



ANTIOCH 

MANOR 

APARTMENTS 

Luxury 1 & 2 
Bedroom Apts. 

-Mini Blinds 
•Air Conditioning 
•Refrigerator & Stove 
•Dishwasher & 
Microwave 
•Security Entrance 



LAKESIDE 

LUXURY 

APARTMENTS! 

•Boat launching ramp 
•Private pter 
•Microwave ovens 
•Washers S dryers 

' -Vaulted ceilings 
•Patios or balconies 
•Dishwashers 
•Convenient location 

(708)356-0800 

705 Water's Edge Drive 

Lake Villa, IL 

On Route 132 (Grand Avenue)) 
Just east of Rout* S3 at th» 
south shore or Deep Lake 

Provisionally msnagsd by 
Managamint Realty Partnirs 

.Water sEckje. 



INDUSTRIAL SPACE 

Fountain Head Industrial Park on 
Rt. 12 in Richmond Units 2400 sq. 
h. and up, over head door, dock, 
and more. From $4,00 per sq. toot. 
LAND MANAGEMENT 

(815)678-4334 



LIGHT 



5000 square foot building 
2 overhead doors, 2 
powder rooms, 3 phase 
electric. Easy access to 
Routes 12, 176 and 120. 
Located near Island 
Lake. $1800 per month 
1 month security. Call 

(815)385-7383 

After 6 p.m. 





(708)395-0949 

Hwy. 83 & North Ave. 

Antloch, IL 

Mon.-Frl.,9to6 

Sat. 10 to 4 



Lake 




Stile Line Road between Rte. 45 & 38. This Is an adult 
park equipped to make your lifestyle one of grace. and 
easel Streets are paved, underground utilities, and each 
home has a patio and a paved driveway to accommodate 
2 cars. Our resale homes are now available for your 
inspection. We will be taking orders for new homes now. 
Ordered to your specifications. Models will be open Mon- 
Fri., 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sal 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., evenings and 
Sundays by appointment only. 

<4I4)8S7489I <708)38MI83 



(0&ur Seasomgf 

'Suttivan^ake 

A brand now rental community, 
spacious apartmentt & townhomee. 

Featuring; 

• IB-hole golf course 

• Clubhouse with spa & health Club 

• Tennis courts 

• Swimming pool' 

• Fishing 

Each luxurious apartment includes: 

• Woodbuming fireplace 

• Washer/dryer 

• Window Coverings 

• Patiolbatcony 
•Central air conditioning 
•Gas utilities 

Dally 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 5p.m. 

•Ask About Our Specials* 

(Enw North IrftffiRte. 120 

appro*. 1/2 mis wsst of Rta. 12) 

1-800-244-RENT 



One Month's 
Free Rent* 



FOft LOVERS and OTHERS! 

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SHORES OF MAUI 

OsIuk* t S 2 bdrm. condo- 
rrinbrra. private tennis, pool, spa, 
BBO. Jutt ttapt to Maul's 
bsautKul baachas S 1 mHa to ool. 
From S55 par day. Vtea S Master 
Cards. S0S-S7M14O « BOO-367- 
8002. 



IN THE HEART OF 
WISCONSIN'S NORTH 
WOODS - Located 6 1/2 
hours north of the state line 
in Rfield. 2 bedroom ranch 
with attached 2 car oarage 
on 40 wooded acres. Gas or 
wood heat. Weil kept and 
neat Must sell due to death 
In family. $39,900. (708) 
356-1904. 

65-24-67 



Real Estate 
Wanted 



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PADDOCK LAKE - 2 lots 
side-by-side. Sewer and 
water available. H414)-678- 
1616. 

59-23-25 
WADSWORTH - 1 or 2 
acre lots In Gumee schools. 
$51,900 and up. (708) 662- 
4141 days. (706) 872-7086 
evenings. 

59-23-46 
PARTIALLY WOODED 
LOT - Orchard View II, 
Kenosha. $39,000. (414) 
697-0247. 

Sfl.23-47 

Business Property m % 
for Kent 9 j 

FOX LAKE - Office for 
rent. Located in center of 
town; Call (708) 823-4485. 
61-24-27 



FISH 

MINNESOTA 

VACATION CABINS 

AVAILABLE 

Fish Horseshoe « Lizzy 

Lakes. Variety of fishing 

excellent. Clean, house 

keeping, modern cabins 

Boats, motors, gas, etc. 

For reservations, 

Kurt & Wilma Olund 

Horseshoe Lodge 

Resort 

Rta. 2 Box 147 

Backua, Minn. 56435 

or call 

(218)587-4546 



HUNTING CLUB 

of 35 years, desires 
to. rent farm acreage 
for S.G. hunting 

(708)272-4429 



HOUSE .HUNTING? Find 
just the home you're looking 
for in Lakeland. 




DECKS & 

GAZEBOS BUILT 

14 years exp. 
Starting at $5 per ft. 

(414)652-0245 



LOCAL or OVERSEAS 
JOB RESUME if 

and up., We do It all. Eipart 
writing, typing and priming. Free 
Interview. - 

AMERICAN RESUME SERVICE 

aS35 BslvldsfS) st Orasn Ray 

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CHIMNEY REPAIRED 
AND REBUILT - Com- 
plete tuck pointing. Free 
estimates. (414) 6544- 
3730. 

S9-24-116 



Handyman 



S14 



HOME MAINTENANCE 
• Carpentry, electrical, install 
ceiling fans & bathrooms 
fans, garage door openers, 
kitchen cabinets, toilets, 
sinks, bathtubs, and 
faucets. Install storm doors 
a windows, exterior doors 
and windows. Rotatilling & 
lawn mowing. Free esti- 
mates. (708) 546-3177 
■ S14-TF-95 



LEARN TO TAKE THE 
HASSLE OUT OF 
RECYCLING - Send 
$3.00 to: Box 563, Bristol, 
Wl 53104. 

S49-24-39 
IRONING - Done in my 
Lindenhurst home. 22 
years experience. , If no 
answer, please leave a 
message. (708) 356-0299. 

S49-24-26 
SUMMERTIME IS 
.BOAT SEASON - If you 
have a boat to sell, sell it in. 
the Lakeland Classifieds. 
And, for i guaranteed 
smoother sailing, let one of 
our ad reps place your ad 
where it will get the best re- 
sults. Cali today: (708) 223- 
8161. 




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1973 WINNEBAGO - 20' 

Dodge chassis, built in 
generator, water system, air 
conditioning, Interior and 
exterior in good shape. As is 
$5000. (815) 363-1303. 
70-23-95 



1995 LAYTON CELE- 
BRITY TRAVEL TRAIL- 
ER-34' fully self-contained. 
$8.6001 With distribution 
hitch. (708)746-2084 ext. 
2147. 

70-23-179 



EXCELLENT 
OPPORTUNITY - 1973 
Tioga motor home on a 
Dodge chassis with a 1981 
engine. Complete motor 
homo, and everything 
works. $4500. (708) 395- 
5678 after 5 p.m. 
70-24-68 



TRAVELCRAFT - 1983, 
23', Chevy 250 V-8 engine, 
generator, roof air, Michelin 
tires, 1 owner, extras. 
Excellent condition. (708) 
695-6146. i 

70-23-69 

TRAVEL TRAILER - 

1968, Sportsman, 32*. 
Brand new condition. 
Includes large awning and 
screen room. $9595. (414) 
657-7617. 

70-23-97 



Rests/ Meters/ 
Etc 



72 



1914 CELEBRITY 2V - 
Cuddy cab, 260 h.p., 
stereo, bennitt trim tabs, 
Shoreline trailer. Excellent 
condition. $15,995. Days 
(708) 697-2250. Evenings 
(708) 931-1091. 
72-23-49 



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SAILBOAT - O'Day, 20', 7 
1/2 h.p. Evinrude, trailer, 
main, jib, spinnaker. Mint. 
Steal at $3900. (414) 552- 
7050. 

72-23-102 

BASS BOAT, MOTOR 
& TRAILER - 4 swivel 
seats, live wells, console 
steering, 45 hp motor 
(needs work), trolling motor 
mount, batteries (2), 6 gal. 
gas tank. 1500 lb trailer. 
Reduced to $1000. Must 
soil! (414) 357-7918 leave 
message, I will return call. 
72-TF-57 

LIQUIDATION - All non- 
current boats, aluminum, 
fiberglass, all pontoons, all 
Mercury, Force, and Nissan 
outboard motors. Save 20% 
to 50% (414) 534-5264 

72-26-84 
PONTOON BOATS - 
Factory Direct Outlet. 
Woodland Pier I. (414) 534- 

5264 

72-26-83 

1974 24* SKIFFCRAFT 

- Wood boat. 165 h.p. 
Mercruiser, trim tabs, sleeps 
6, toilet, refrigerator, low 
hours, tandem trailer, full 
mooring cover. Original 
owner. Slip Included. Priced 
to sell. (708) 945-3769. 
72-24-73 

1978 16 FOOT 
CRESTLINER - 70 hp 
Merc. Open Bow, V-haul, 
with trailer, power bit, runs 
great, $2300 (708)395- 
1462. 

72-23-65 

REGAL 1982 AMBAS- 
SADOR - 245 XL, 24*. Ex- 
cellent condition. All op- 
tions. Trailer. $19,500. 
(708) 253-9084. 

' 72-24-70 
19' MARK TWAIN • I/O 
with Mercruiser engine with 
E-Z Loader trailer. Many op- 
tions. 188 h.p., canvas, 
walk-through windshield, 
depth finder, gauges, 
p/trim, ship-to-shore radio. 
$5495 or best. Call for more 
info. (708) 540-6799. 

72-23-71 
SEA RAY - 1974 SRV 220. 
Mercury, I/O, E-Z Loader 
trailer. Great condition. 
$6500. (708) 367-5599. 

72-24-72 
1990 16' HOBIE CAT - 
With trailer. Custom 
equipped. $4700. (708) 
484-9161 before 9:30 a.m. 
or evenings. 

72-24-73 
BOAT - 24* Thompson 
1974. All glass, hardtop. 
Twin 140 I/O, cuddy cabin. 
Head, camper top, E-Z 
Loader. $7500 or best of- 
fer. (414) 763-1717 days. 
(414) 895-2916 evenings. 

23* CHRYSLER - Full 
cabin with tandem axle 
trailer. Good condition. 
$3600. (708) 740-3527. 

72-24-28 
22" CRESLINER 

CUTTY - Cabin with dual 
axle trailer. Full canvas and 
mooring cover. Many 
extras. Excellent condition. 
$9995. (708) 740-3527. 
16* ALUMINUM BOAT - 
With trailer. 55 h.p. $1500. 
(708) 587-8526 evenings. 

72-24-Tff 
1974 CHECKMATE - 
With 1983 150 h.p. motor. 
$5500. 1984 AMF Catama- 
ran. $3500. Both with trail 
ers. (708)647-1008. 
72-23-112 

14* GLASSPAR V- 
HULL BOAT - New seats 
and carpel 45 h.p. Mercury 
motor. Little Dude trailer 
with new tires. Runs 
excellent Ready for water, 
$1995 or best. (708) 546- 
72-24-59 

24* PONTOON - full 
furniture, oversized 
.pontoon, stereo, sundeck, 
gauges, gas tank, Evinrude 
motor* like new, must sell, 
can deliver. (414)895-2966. 
72-23-145 



1908 32' SPORTSMAN 
TRAVEL TRAILER - With 
awning and screen room. 
Excellent condition. (414) 
857-7517. 

73-23-103 



JAYCO POP UP 
CAMPER - Sleeps 8. Many 
extras. Excellent condition. 
$1850 or best offer. (708) 
395-6670. 

73-23-51 
BUYERS AND SELL- 
ERS - come together every 
week In Lakeland Classified. 
(708) 223-8161 




1979 OLDS TORON- 
ADO • 2 door coupe with 
moonroof, leather Interior, 
nice shape. Runs great, full 
options. $2495 or best. Call 
for more details. (708) 540- 
6799. 

80-23-85 

1980 CADILLAC EL 
DORADO BIARRITZ - 
With stainless steel roof and 
moonroof. Leather interior, 
full options, nice shape. 
Runs great. $3495 or best 
Call for more details. (708) 
540-6799. 

80-23-86 
1974 BUICK RIVIERA 
GS - Rare 455 Stage III en- 
gine, new parts. $1000 or 
best offer. (708) 336-0452 
after 5 p.m. 

80-24-87 
CORVETTE POWERED 
MERCEDES - 1980 300D 
with 350 ci Vette motor with 
40OTH. 95% completed. 
Driveable. Asking $9000. 
Will consider trade for Sub- 
urban, Blazer or Bronco. Will 
trade up or down. (708) 
546-8851. 

80-24-86 
CORVETTE - 1982. Blue, 
automatic, power t-tops, low 
miles. Excellent condition. 
(708) 234-4435. 

80-24-89 
WANTED - Late model Ca- 
maro, Firebird, Toyota or 
Honda. Good condition. 
(708) 367-7594. 
80-24-90 

1986 HYUNDAI EXCEL 

- 5 door hatchback, 4 
speed, AM/FM cassette. 
Excellent condition. Ex- 
tended warranty. $2600. 
(708) 362-1978. 

80-23-91 

CLASSIC CAR FOR 
SALE - 1968 AMC AMX. 
Dashboard #843, red paint 
with red interior, all original. 
$3300 or best offer. After 
5:30 p.m. (708) 336-4649. 

80-23-75 
1985 PONTIAC TRANS 
AM - Fully loaded, red on 
red, low mileage. $9000 or 
best offer. (815) 385-8704. 

60-24-76 

1987 CORVETTE 
CONVERTIBLE - 14,000 
miles, mint, loaded, Bose 
sound system, lumbar 
seats, automatic, with ex- 
tras. Red metallic exterior, 
grey interior, black top. 
$25,900. (708) 520-5541. 
Leave message. 

80-24-77 
1974 JAVELIN - 6 cylin- 
der, power steering. $350 
or best offer. (708) 356- 
6369. Evenings 6 p.m. - 9 
p.m. 

80-23-30 

1970 FORD MUSTANG 

- 302 engine, automatic, 
power steering. AM/FM 
cassette 1 year old. $2200 
paint job, partially restored. 
Asking $2000. Must sell. 
(815) 568-5903. 

80-23-34 
1979 CAMARO • $1900. 
1974 Camaro. $1300. All In 
excellent shape with higher 
mileage. (708) 540-5404. 

80-23-35 

1986 TOYOTA CELICA 

- All amenities. 40k miles. 
Excellent condition. Blue 
book $7500. Make offer. 
(708) 540-8106. 

80-23-190 

1987 MAZOA B-2200 
PICK UP - A/c, stereo, 
liner, cap. Excellent 
condition. (708) 249-8049. 

80-23-74 



1983 MAZDA G9 RX7 - 

89,000 miles. Excellent 
condition. Maroon, 4 new 
Pirelli tires, sunroof, AM/FM 
cassette stereo with graphic 
power E.Q., air, remote 
radar detector included. 
$4600. (708) 680-0878 
between 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 
80-24-78 

1987 BUICK LE 
SABRE - V-6, 4 door, 
black. Good condition. Ask- 
ing $6200. (708) 662-4184. 

80-24-79 

1984 NISSAN SENTRA 
- Great condition. $2900 or 
best offer. (708) 566-0850. 

80-24-80 
1976 CORVETTE - Good 
driver. Best offer - over 
$6900. (414) 657-7066. 

80-24-81 
CHEVROLET - 1987 Ca- 
maro LT, t-tops, loaded, 
charcoal gray with red pin- 
stripe, 30K miles, sharp. 
Transferable warranty. (414) 
889-4480. (414) 656-5026 
work. 

80-24-82 
1989 MAROON 

DODGE CARAVAN -4 
cylinder, power steering, 
power brakes, 5 passenger, 
a/c, AM/FM stereo cassette. 
14.000 miles. $11,500. 
(708) 587-2506. 

80-24-83 
BETTER THAN NEW - 
1988 Nissan Pathfinder. 
Loaded. $17,500 or best 
offer. (708) 244-4850. 
80-24-84 

1988 FORD MUSTANG 

GT - Medium canyon red 
metallic with charcoal gray 
interior. 5 speed, clean. 
Runs great. 64,000 
highway mites. Lots of 
extras. $5500. Call for de- 
tails. (708) 689-2505. 
80-24-116 

1984 CHEVY CAPRICE 
CLASSIC WAGON - 
Loaded, 3 seats, new tires, 
new brakes. $4800. (708) 
526-8541. (708)526-2203. 

80-23-117 
1983 CHEVY S-10 
KING CAB - Looks great 
Runs good. $2500 or best 
offer. Must go. (815) 344- 
7717. 

80-23-118 

1985 MERCURY 
GRAND MARQUIS - 4 
door, loaded. Excellent 
condition. Single owner, oil 
changed every 3,000 miles. 
$4600. (708) 336-2548 
after 6 p.m. 

80-24-119 
1988 MUSTANG GT 
CONVERTIBLE - Loaded 
with 5 speed transmission. 
14,000 miles. Blue and 
silver. $14,000 or offer. 
(815)44-5891. 

80-23-120 
1979 FORD STATION 
WAGON - $550. No 
brakes. (708) 740-9238. 

80-23-121 



1983 CADILLAC EL 
DORADO BIARRITZ - 

Clean, fully loaded, all 
power, sunroof, alarm 
system, mobile phone. 
Asking $6000. (708) 689- 
2803. 

80-23-107 
BUICK - 1983 Le Sabre 
LTD. 2 door. Loaded. Good 
condition. $3300 or best 
offer. (708) 359-0679. 

80-23-108 

1985 BUICK PARK 
AVENUE - 4 door. All 
options. One owner. 
134,000 miles. Excellent 
condition. (708) 945-5958. 
80-23-110 



1979 CUSTOM VAN- 

Power steering, alarm, ra- 
dio, dual air, tires good, en- 
gine and body good condi- 
tion. $2400 or best offer. 
(708) 740-2542. 

85-23-124 

1981 FORD VAN E150 

- 302 automatic, 2 captain's 
chairs. $2000 or best offer. 
4 older snowmobiles. All 
run. $100 each/ $400 takes 
all. Call between 5-9. (708) 
546-9620. 

85-23-116 

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1980 : CUTLAS8 « MA _ rtBfl _ m . 
SUPREME - Good eondl-- 18 " FO "P £350 r 1 
lion. Runs great $1600. tor V 4 wheel drive, good 



great 
(708) 395-1057 after 6 p.m. 

80-24-57 
LOOKING FOR A CAR - 

We have what you're look- 
ing for. Call Instant Auto 
Sales and ask for Christine. 
(708) 249-8600. See our ad 
in the Direct Line. 
80-25-58 

1997 PONTIAC 

SUNBIRD COUPE - 

Metallic blue, power 
steering, power brakes, 
AM/FM, air conditioning, 
automatic. 55,000 miles. 
Excellent condition. $4900. 
(815) 648-4528. 

80-24-113 
1984 FIREBIRD - V-6, air, 
new Kelly tires. $3000 "or 
best offer. (708) 587-7514. 

80-23-114 
197 9 JEEP 

WAGONEER 4X4 - P/S. 
P/B, automatic, AM/FM. 
115.000 miles. $950 o.b.o 
(708) 356-5798. 

80-24-115 

1981 HONDA ACCORD 

- 5 speed, 4 door, reliable 
transportation. A/C, AM/FM 
cassette. $1500 or best. 
(708) 249-1937. 

80-23-94 
1974 AMC HORNET - 
304 SST Javelin motor. 
Brand new Hurst racing 
clutch. Roll cage, sunroof, 
headers, blue. $1000 or 
best (815)385-6431. 
80-23-105 

1984 HORIZON - 

53,000. 4 speed. Must sell. 
$1800 or best offer. (708) 
526-2388. 

80-24-52 



1988 BERETTA - 

Loaded. Blue with blue 
interior. $6500 or best offer. 
(708) 587-7054. 

80-23-122 
1977 FORD LTD - 
Looks, runs good. $800. 
(708) 587-4473. 

80-23-123 ACROSS 

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work truck, ladder rack and 
snowpfow. $2600 or offer. 
(708) 234-3738 days. (708) 
223-6645 evenings. 
86-24-125 

NEW TRAILER - 16' long, 
2 axles, electric brakes. 
$1100. Open trailer. (708) 
234-4992. 

86-23-119 
1980 CHEVY - 3/4 ton 
4x4 Scottsdale. New 
brakes, clutch, shocks and 
exhaust. Western plow, 
cap, dual gas tanks, Reese 
hitch. Good shape. $4000 
or best offer. Call after 5 
p.m. weekdays. (708) 526- 
8264. 

86-23-120 

1979 CHEVY PICKUP 
TRUCK - C-10, 4 speed, 
V-8, approx. 65,000 mites. 
Runs great. P/S, P/B, 
stereo, good shape. $2850 
or best Call for more info. 
(708) 540-6799. 
86-23-92 

1984 FORD : 150, 6 
cylinder pickup. 4 speed, 
cruise, air, body is good, 
miles are good. $3250. 
(708)395-1191. 
86-23-53 

1976 FORD HALF TON 

VAN - 3 speed, good tires, 
runs. Some rust. $575. 
(708) 223-8877. . 
86-23-31 

TRI-AXLE TRAILER - 

20'x8\ 6 wheel braking. 

(708)395-5861 after 5 p.m. 

86-23-37 

FOR SALE - New truck 
seats. Ail kinds and colors. 
$125$ 185. Will ship UPS. 
Also, new 1990 SS454 
Chevy pickup limited edi- 
tion. $16,995. (217) 983- 
2323. 

86-23-9 



1981 HONDA 

MOTORCYCLE - CB- 
750K. Good condition, low 
miles. $1000 or best offer. 
After 5 p.m. (708) 746- 
2787. 

1988 HARLEY 

DAVIDSON - Softtail, 
custom paint, saddle bags, 
lots of chrome. Excellent 
condition. You won't find 
one this nice for the price, 
$6000. (708) 662-1356. 
YAMAHA 1989 FZR 
400 - 6000 miles. Garage 
kept 2 helmets. Must sell 
for college. $4000. Phone 
evenings. (414) 877-2748. 

YAMAHA 1980 850CC 
MIDNIGHT SPECIAL - 

Black with gold wheels/trim, 
full flaring. 3200 miles. 
Excellent condition. $1500. 
(708) 541-5474. 

1989 KAWASAKI 454- 

Brand new. Mint condition. 
600 miles. Baby forces sale. 
$3000 or best offer. (708) 
546-5318 evenings. 
86-23-125 



79 YAMAHA 1100 - Full 
dress. $800 or best offer.] 
Loads of extra parts. (708) 
546-4504. 

1986 YAMAHA FJ1200 
• Bought new 1988. Mini- 
condition. 4000 miles. Reds 
and white. $3500. (815); 
385-5473. 

1987 HARLEY FXLR - 
8,700 mites. Mint condition. 
$7800. (708) 587-1098. 
Call 5 p.m. - 10 p.m. 

1977 HARLEY 

DAVIDSON 
SPORTSTER - Lots < 
new parts, $2670 or be 
offer. After 5 p.m. (708|] 
587-1490. 

199S HONDA V6S 
1100CC. Low miles. $2200.! 



Wanted to Bay 89 



YOUR JUNK CARS - 
May be worth $$. Have 
flatbed car hauler for non- 
towable cars. Cal (708) 395- 
9397. 



89-24-191 

YOUR HOROSCOPE 

by Charles King Cooper 



ABtES (Much 21 to April 16) 
Enlarge your horizons by studying 
something new. Group activities 
prove stimulating. Be (Urn, but not 
pushy, In romince. Ingenuity brings 
career benefit*. Begin new projects 
now, but avoid slap-dash methods. 
Handle co-workers with tact and 
conslde ration. 

TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) 
Creative people should seek a 
market for their wares, and then 
begin new projects. Don't always 
Insist on your own way In romance. 
You may rearrange your, office In 
some way. Aim for up-to-date effi- 
ciency. Temperamental behavior 
could alienate family members. 

GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) 
Loved ones have Interesting new 
Ideas that deserve your attention. An 
urge to go places and do things 
motivates you, but proceed care- 
fully. You'll make some beneficial 
changes at home. Excitement about 
new Ideas keeps you working over- 
time. Shop, but don't be extravagant 

CANCER (June 21 to July 22) 
Revised methods will bring work 
gains. You have more Initiative than 
usual and can accomplish a lot 
Plunge Into new activities. You may 
receive an unexpected gift. Extra 
energy allows you to complete 
unfinished tasks. Tackle matters 
you've been putting oft*. 

LEO (July 23 to August 22) Plan a 
party and speak out at group 
meetings. Your leadership qualities 
ore strong now, but avoid Impati- 
ence with others. You'll meet with 
career luck now, but you must take 
charge. You're able to sway others to 
your viewpoint. Speak up. 

VIRGO (August 23 to September 
22) Those Involved with work that 
caters to the masses have much 
success now. Both travel and social 
life bring you benefits. You may 
change your mind about an Invest- 
ment project, yet your alternative 
plan should prove lucrative. Avoid 
needless extravagance. 

LIBRA (September 23 to October 
22) Important relationships reach a 



1 



turning point now. Private chats 
with close friends bring positive 
results. Reconciliations are possible. 3 
Finish old projects, so that youll 5 
have time to begin new ones, r 
Meetings with higher-ups -lead to' 
Important career developments. \ 

SCORPIO (October 23 to Novcm- § 
ber 21) You're changing many of!', 
your views about romance and how ft 
to spend your leisure time. Some jy 
face decisions regarding children. 
Long-planned family reunions are 
possible now. You'll be surprised 
how much some of them have 
changed, yet all should proceed 
smoothly. 

SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to 
December 21) You are stimulated 
artistically, and will enjoy either a 
creative outlet or attending a movie 
or concert Make Important calls. 
You may clear out your home and 
dispose of some outmoded posses- 
sions. Money comes either through 
creativity or property Interests. 

CAPRICORN (December 22 to 
January 10) You're serious-minded 
as the week begins and want to 
attend to duties. Later, youll enjoy 
hobbles and recreational pursuits. 
You're In an Introspective mood and i 
will enjoy study or research pro- 
jects. Privacy abets concentration 
and leads to new Insights, 

AQUARIUS (January 20 to 
February 18) A friend may move out 
or town or make some radical 
change In lifestyle. It's a favorable 
time .for communicating Ideas to 
others. A twist or circumstances 
leads to new career opportunities. 
Meetings with Important people 
should go well. Express your opin- 
ions. 

PISCES (February 10 to March 
20) You may make a change in 
advisers. Friends may want you to 
travel with them. Educational mat- 
ters faring luck. Sign up for courses. 
Extra financial responsibilities may 
rail on your shoulders. You may be 
asked to help out a friend In need. 
You'll find the right answers. 



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CHEVY, FORD PICKUP 
BODIES - Factory-new. 

guaranteed from $1300. 
Doors from $89.00. Fend- 
ers $50.00. Beds $860. 
Bumpers, grills,- classic 
quarter panels from $50. 
Popular cars, trucks, vans. 
Delivery. Major cards. 
Mark's. (217)824-6184. 
83-23-15 



BUICK 1986 



LTD - 2 door coupe. All 
power, sunroof, tape 
system, V-8. $6375. (708) 
356-0921. 

80-23-113 
1970 OLDS CUTLASS 
SUPREME - 350 
automatic, air, 



BEST OFFER QUAR- 
TER PANEL SALE - 

Mustang, Camaro, Nova, 
Chevelle, Monte Carlo, 
GTO, Barracuda, Chal- 
lenger, Cutlass, more. Truck 
and floor pans, sub-frames, 
fenders, bumpers, carpets, 
gas tanks. Mark's. (217) 
REGAL 824-6184. 



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17. American patriot 
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21. On the ocean 

22. Sweet secretion 

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23. Girl's nickname 

25. Alcoholic 

beverages 

26. Affirm 

27. A bath 

for hides 

28. A sweet, car- 

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29. Vassals 

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33. Unit of il- 
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Custom Interior, 4x4, 
power automatic, fully loaded, 

dShLITlSM^ " lM * , &lX?!ff 4L Colors, as cloth 

disk brakes, cloth interior, swamper tim, 350-4 barrel. 4 2. Scottish-Gaelic 

Super Stock wheels. 30,000 miles on rebuilt DOWN 

Completely stocked, engine. Asking $6000. Call | j| n nl 

Arizona car last year. Rodney. (414) 789-1025. 2. Weakened 

$3950.(414)857-7040. 85-TF-142 3. At the 

80-23-114 present time 



4. Erbium (sym.) 
6. Short-billed rail 

6. A white friar 

7. Employ 

8. A failure in 

firing 
9. River (Fr.) 
11. Soaks In liquid 
13. Region 
15. Lady Jane — 
18. Attempt of 



a horse to 
unseat a rider 
20. Deserters 
of a party 

23. A passerby 

24. Shunned 

25. Stay 

27. A combination 

30. Banishment 

31. Places 
34. Sound, as 



a goosey, 

37. Period of 
time 

38. Ever (poet) 

40. Pronoun 



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Private chala I 
bring positive | 
diu are possible. 
i, so that you'll 
gin new ones, 
nerups -lead to] 
vclopments, 
k r 23 to Novenv 
tnglng many ofj 
inunce and how 
ure time. Some 
arding children. 
ly reunions are 
11 be surprised 
of them have 
should proceed 

;November 22 to 
are stimulated 
I enjoy either a 
tending a movie 
Important calls, 
your home and 
itmoded posaes- 
s either through i 
ty Interests. 
December 22 to 
serlous-mlnded 
is and want to 
iter, you'll enjoy 
itlonaJ pursuits. 
ectlve mood and h 
r research pro- 
s concentration 
sights, 

snuary 20 to 
d may move out 
i some radical 
It's a favorable 
eating Ideas to 
' circumstances 
r opportunities, 
portant people, 
>ress your opln- 

ry 10 to March 
e a change In 
ay want you to 
ducatlonal mat- 
i up for courses, 
onslbllltles may 
in. You may be 
i friend In need, 
answers. 



FOX RIVER CHRISTIAN CENTRE 

"A Place To Crow" 

Spirit Filled 

Pastor. Jim & Deb Huriess 

Services 10 a.m. Every Sunday 

Grandwood Park Civic Center 

36630 N. Hutchlns (off Routt 132) 

Grandwood Park 

(708)587-1950 




Lake Zurich 

St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Old McHcnry Road, 
Lake Zurich, will conduct a vacation bible school at St. 
Matthew Lutheran School from July 23 through 27. Our 
sessions will be from 8:30 to 1 1 a.m. 

The theme "Journeys With Jesus" will be for children in 
nursery, kindergarten, first and second, third and fourth, 

fifth and sixth grades. 

An exciting five day vacation through Old and New 
Testament lands will lead vacationers, "Along the King's 
Highway." 

If you are interested, call the school office at (708)438- 
6103 or the church office at (708)438-7709 and leave your 
name. 



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SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP: 9:30 A.M. 

Studios In Marks Gospol 

Mark 10: 1-12 

What Josus Says About Dlvorc » 

SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE: 6:00 P.M. 

Outdoor Baptism 

Hold at Camp Moyoca 

InAntfoch 

(Nunety and Ctvtdren's Chutch provided) 

Donald Sweeting - Pastor 

Hi D-WEEK HOME BOLE STUDY GROUPS 

•SERVICES N ANTI0CH, AT THE VFW HALL, ON N0RTrf"AVENUE- 

•OFFICES IN LAKE VliA, ATTHE CORNER OF ROUTES 132 & 83 

FUTURE HOME - ON GRASS LAKE RD. EAST OF RT. 83 

(708)356-2090 



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NEWLIFE 
CHURCH 

LAKE ZURICH 

(708)540-5404 Sundays 1 a.m. 

May Whitney Elementary School 

120 Church St. (Midlothian Rd.) 

Wednesday 7 p.m. 

Care Group 

923 Holly Circle 

(Childrens ministry & nursery always provided) 



Liridenhurst 

"Journeys with Jesus" is the theme of Vacation Bible 
School at St. Mark Lutheran Church in Lindenhurst. The 
community is invited to attend the classes for three years 
old through children entering the 8th grade next year on 
Monday, June 1 1 through Friday, June 22. Vacation Bible 
School is in session from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day. The 
church is located at 1822 E. Grand Ave., Lindenhurst. 

Students will participate in Bible Stories, art activities, 
. music, service projects, recreation and worship - all centered 
on five themes: "Journey with Jesus at the Synagogue - 
Sharing the Good News," Journey with Jesus to the City - 
Responding in Faith," "Journey with Jesus by the Sea - 
Trusting in God," "Journey with Jesus on the road - 
Serving God and Others," and "Journey with Jesus in the 
Country - Witnessing in New Places." 

Journeys with Jesus is an exciting and important learning 
opportunity for children, youth and adults. It aims to 
provide a leamer-ccntcred, fun-filled and happy occasion for 
all who participate. 

Registration for Vacation Bible School is now in; 
progress. You can register or obtain additional information 
by visiting the church office between the hours of 8:00 
a.m. and noon Monday through Friday, or by calling the 
church at (708)356-8140. Pre-rcgistration is required by 
Wednesday, June 6. Registration forms are available in the 
naithex. 



If you'd like to advertise your church 
In this section, call 



(708)323-8161 







l'niuliiig, Wflllonpcrlng 

Export Installation 

toner- Fabric -Vinyl 




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.DECdt^jf. 

INSURED 

(708) 395-8428 



G.S.E. SERVICE 

All phases of home 
remodeling & repair 

Reasonable Rates 
Free Estimates 

(708)587-9729 



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ROYAL 
CARPENTRY 

General Carpentry 0* 

Repairs 

Your Satisfaction 

Guaranteed 

Free Estimates 
(708)587-0856 



TREE MOVERS 

Pro Tree Removal 

''?:** -Free estimates 



SjM; lnsured 



Free firewood 
when available 



(708) 526-3068 

48 Hour Service 



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Flat Roofs Shingles 



Free Estimates - Call Steve 

(708)8884584 





10% OFF for new customers 
on Residential cleaning on 
Mon. or Tues. 

|(708) 949-4350 

"Well sweep you off your feet. " 

RESIDENTIAL I 
COMMERCIAL CLEANIKS 




This space reaches over 
200,000 pairs of eyes 
weekly! 

Advertise Here... 

You'll See The Results. 

Direct Line 

(708) 223-8161 



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STEVEN LEROY 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

•Room Additions *Rec Rooms 

•2nd Story Additions •General Remodeling 

•Deal Direct with owner -Financing Available 

Free Architectural Planning & Design With Each Order 
Fully Licensed and Insured 
For the highest quality work at the most reasonable rate, 
CALL $TEVE AND $AVE 

(708)428- 1553 . .,,.. 



WE DO 
DRIVEWAYS 



...and small parking lots 
•Seal Coating 
•Crack Filling 
•Patchwork 

. -New Construction 

Protect & Preserve 
EEEE Estimate 
(708)356-1911 
(708)546-5809 

AMERICAN 
SEAIXOAIUVG 



NEED A CAR? 



BOtjH lunu.'cl Down'' 1 

Past CukIiI Problems"' 

No Qftidit'* 

Bankrupt''' 

Rupusst.'^MOns 7 



INSTANT 
AUTO SALES 

3056 Washington St. 
WAUKEGAN 

249-8600 



WE CAN DO IT! 

Call Today - 

Drive Today 

Ask lor Christine 



WICK'S 
BLACKTOP CO. 

Residential 
Commercial 
Industrial 
Driveways 
Parking Lots 
Private Roads 

Fully Insured - 
Free Estimates 
815-344-7928 

New Location 

Yard 27146 W.Rt 120 
Rt 1204 12 RoundLakt,IL 

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Protecl your investment, 

call a professional. 

20 years of experience. 

Complete Lawn Maintenance, Yard 

Trimming & Spring Cle;m-Up. 

Free Estimates 

Lake Zurich • Wauconda 

(708)546-6231 



[ARE you; 

i BORED? i 

[This is the home party | 
'everybody is talking' 
I about!! I 

I MIDNITE MOODS I 

■ Parties are hilarious & J 
1 lots of fun! 
iGorgeous lingerie in I 
| ALL sizes. Adult novel- 1 
(ties, gag gifts, etc. | 

■ Receive $20 worth of ■ 
.merchandise with this . 
Jad, when you have J 
■your own party — plus' 
Igenerous hostess I 
I credits. I 

I FOR PARTIES & j 

I INFORMATION | 

I CALL TODAY I 

I (708)934-4077 I 
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COUPON-' 



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Bovwe 

Aluminum Cant 

* COPPER * BRASS 

* AUTO RADIATORS 
*LEAD 

A- 1 RECYCLING 

96 Honing Rd. t Fox Lake, IL 
(708) 587-0788 

HOURS: 

Mon. - Frl. 

9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Sat. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 

closed 12-12:30 for lunch 



Receive 2« MORE per pound 

over our current prices on 

aluminum cans 




Expires 6-30-90 



Special: buy any 
4 window* gel 1 <ree 

Replacement, atomi windows, 
doora & bay window* 

Over 20 yeara experience 

No job to large or email 

Sales, Instellailona ft repalra, 

Bill's Installations 
(708)546-2008 

Senior Citizen Discount 



Want to buy Antiques 
A Collectors Market 
Sam* Location iTyaars 

Buying old plcluf* framai, china, glatt, 
potttry, ttwUng, ilknr, tihwpla!*, |»w»lry, 
fountain ptnt, o*d baaabal t lootbai) lama * 
card*, flihlng lurat.oslaclablM * fufnlur*. 

A Collector*! Market 

Bring Horns in lor my offer or call Carol 

(706)223-4944 Of (708)223-6483 

open Thurs. • Sat. 11 • 4:30 

299 Belvlder* Graytlak* IL 

(1 mile west of 83 on 120) 



3 PIANO TONING 5 

*J d k Regulation, wj 
v* A Repair $ 

v» |||Hb1 ,0 PS 

V^ ^P -" ; 7 fir 

** Tuning - *30 00 ^ 

•A %* 

$ CALL JOHN (708)223-8428 £ 

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& New Key •£ 

Tops 



DRAKES 
OFFICE SUPPLY 

[Serving Lake ft McHenry Counties 
for over 30 years. Office furniture 
(new & used) and supplies 
Commercial discounts. Free delivery 
available. 

81S E. Rollins Rd. 

Round Lake Commons Center 

Round Lake Reach, IL 

MF 8:30 - 5:30 Sat 9 - 3 

(708)2234077' 



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HEATING & 
COOLING 

LENNOX- 



•PROFESSIONAL HEATING 

SERVICE 
•ENERGY EFFICIENT FURNACES 

& BOILERS 
•ENERGY EFFICENT AIR 

CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 
•AIR CLEANERS & HUMIOIFERS 
•WATER HEATERS 

(708) 526-6286 
(815) 459-2300 



Serving Your Community 
f'Vs SALES-SERVICE 
Q * An Independent 
«ua Lennox Dealer 
— — '" For 25 Year*. 



MM 

Locaffy over 40 years 



B&m 



24 Hour 

Service 



FREE ALLERGY SCREENING 



, you wneeze, tneeie or itch? Do you have AQthma, 
Fiver, Roee Fever, Eczema, Hives or 

Greyslftfce: 223-1 400 • Wheeling : 537-5500 







CEDARCARE 



Attention Cedar Roof Owners 
Double the service life of your cedar 
roof, siding or 'deck. We do this by 
removing all algea, moss, mildew 
and weather ridden material and 
preserve it with a special oil 
treatment. For FREE ESTIMATE or 
questions, call the Cedar Experts. 

CEDARCARE 

(700)360-1231 



UANDYMAN SERVICE 

Remodeling • Carpentry 

Drywali • Decks 

Sheds • Painting 

Ceramic Tile 

Also Carpentry For Boats 

FREE ESTIMATES 

DEPENDABLE QUALITY WORK 

Please call Gene 

(708) 587-4412 



STOP LEAKY 
BASEMENTS 

Written Guarantee 
Free Estimates 
(708)381-5717 

DURASHIELD BASEMENT 
WATERPROOFING CO. 



SPRING CLEANING 
AT ITS BEST ... 



DURACLEAN 





On DurashiekJ Plus 

when wa dean 

your carpel or 

furniture. 

CALL 
TODAY! 

(70S) ' 

587-2356 



Duractean 

SPECIALISTS 

'Good thru Juno 30, 1990. Not 
comblnable with other offer* 



DANISH 

CABINET MAKER 
Kai Hansen 

Antique restoration 

refinishing, stripping and 

house painting. 

(815)344-4345 

(815)385-3857 ' 



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and remodeling; 
commercial, 

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THE FIREPLACE SHOP 




Wood burning fireplace installed 
in your home in 3 days. 

Call tor free estimate 
(708)548-8996 



WETZEL 
CONSTRUCTION 

•Remodeling* 

•Additions • Sundecks* 

•Kitchens • Cabinetry* 

•Carpentry • Baths- 

•Screened Enclosures* 

•Entry Doors • Windows* 

-Lake Zurich Area- 
(708)438-6302 




TOM'S 
PAINTING 

Interior • Exterior 

Quality Work At A Fair Price 

FREE ESTIMATES 

(708) 249-8458 

ASK FOR TOM 



WATER 

SOFTENER 

RENTALS 

For a lifetime 

of service and economy 
From 

,$1(p5 per 4 weeks 

5SS ^REE Normal 
Installation 
•30 day FREE trial 
•Automatic rental 
equipment 
•Free water test and 
sizing of equipment 

HICKSGAS LAKE VILLA, INC. 
200 E. Grand Ave. 

Lake Villa, IL 

(708)356-8225 •■:' 








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MAINTENANCE 

No Job Too Small; I'll Do It All. 
•Iimodiling 

Kitchens, Bathrooms & Rec Rooms 
•Painting And Wallpapering 
•Flooring 

(All Types) 
•Siding And Roofing 
•Carpentry 

Decks & Additions 

III Work Kerf Will Bone 

niE ISTIMATU, CALL 
(414)5374439 




WE BOY I 



708-22*4002 




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32270 N. Hwy. S3 

(Just South Of RL 137 Before 

RRTrackeGraytlake) 



CLEAR IMAGE 

PROFESSIONAL WINDOW 
CLEANING 

REASONABLE RATES 

RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL 

CONSTRUCTION 

DAVID SCHNEIDER 

(708)746-0946 




BUSY BEE'S 
CLEANING CO. 

The dirt exterminator 



Commercial Service 
Regular House Cleaning 
Carpet Cleaning 
Complete Floor Cleaning 
Window Cleaning 

(708)740-9708 



FRANKS DECORATING 

Quality Work - Free Eslimalfs 

Fully Insured 

■ Interior 6 Exterior Painting 

■ Wallcoverings 

■ Plaster & Drywali Repairs 

■ Wood Finishing G Refinishing 

324 Maple Lane 
Round Lake. IL 60073 




(708) 740-2576 



TOM 9 S LAWN 
SERVICE 

25 Yean of Service 

Lake Villa • Undenhurst . Gurnee 

Spring Clean Up 
Power Raking . Fertilizing 

Complete Maintenance 
(708)356-7640 



44 Lakeland Newtpapen 




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(708) 



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Remodeling 

We build kitchens, 
baths, rec. roo*ms. 
We do garages, 
siding, painting* dry 
= wall. 

One call does it all 
(708)740-0286 



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THE BRICK 

DOCTOR 

Will do all types of masonry 
New Construction 

Fireplace Specialist 

All types of repairs, tuck- 
pointing and concrete work. 

(708)872.9596 



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POP THE TOP 

DON'T STOP 

"RECYCLE" 

Wc buy all alloys 
Including Aluml-num, 
Stainless Steel, Cop- . 
per, Brass, Iron, High 
Grade. Papers, Alu— 

• mlnum Cans, and 
Batteries. 

Mon.-Frl. 

• 7:30 a.m. * 4:00 p.m. 

Sat. 
7:30 a.m.- .1:00 p.m. 

0€ & M 

RECYCLING 

1600 MORROW AVENUE , 
- v . NORTH CHICAGO 
§f!$V. 708-578:1066. 



DECKS PLUS 

G ENERAL CARPENTR Y 

'Custom Decks Torches 

'Room Additions 'Basement 

Remodeling 'Bathrooms - Kitchens 

'Custom Carpentry 
_ n ^Improvements & Repairsl 

INSURED* BONDED 

FREE ESTIMATES 

(414)862-2993 

Please call: Gary Kolkau 




BEAITrtFUL 

One acre wooded lot in 
Fox Lake, Antioch area. 

Beautiful setting 
$35,000 

(708)587-9675 



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ACCOUNTING 

SOFTWARE 

YOUIL NEVER 










OPEN SYSTEMS® 

Accounting Software 

and services 

offered by: 

DAYTON OSLAND & 

ASSOC, INC. 

Fox Lake 

(708)587-5700 



LLOYD'S PAINTING 

interior & Exterior 

35 Years Experience 

Free Estimates 

Quality Work 

Insured 

(708)546-3924 





KITCHENS. BATHS 
DOOR St WINDOW 

REPLACEMENTS 

SKYLIGHTS, DECKS 

SMALL JOBS A 

SPECIALTY 

Free Estimates 

f708)438-7908 



LAKE COUYITS LARGEST KV & VAN DEALER 

serfiwg soiTnimM mscomm 

FOR OVER 7* TEARS 



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Uotrtyvllt.lL ' 
(708)3C2-1400 

1-UQ4274421 
(ImkteL): 

1-80048748M 
(OuUldtIL) 



HOURS: 

Mon.-Thur*.— % 9-9 

Frlday-9-6 
Saturday-9-5 




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Complete RV Partt> Servtoe Department 



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CARPENTRYNEW& 
REMODELING WORK 

Additions, Docks, Kitchens, Bathrooms, 
Basement Remodeling etc... 

FREE ESTIMATES 

.REASONABLE RATES 

QUALITY WORK 

<708)223-0»46 

Ask Tor Frank 

Years Experience' 




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(708)399-7889 

Air Conditioning 

Clean & Check 

$34.95 

24 Hour Emergency Service 
Free Estimates 



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HEUHOT MAXBR 

General Contracting & Services 

Roofing- new & repairs 

Painting - interior & exterior 

Gutters - cleaned, repaired & replaced 

Tuckpointlng & Carpentry Repairs 

IS Years In the Business 
Insured • Fro© Estimates 

(708)526-6789 




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BETTER CANINES 

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Where we train you 
to train your dogl 

classes starting tor puppy, beginners, 
advanced and show. Day, evenings and 
Saturday classes. 

Call lor Information. 

_ (708)506-1960 
IHTowsrRoad VundeMn.lLtOMO 

AH our classes are limited In ske 
for greater individual attention 







CERf if lErj AbTo WpaIhs 

| FOREIGN CAR SPECIALISTS 
r"WUFFCgRr"""$2fif76"! 
I INSTALLED "'^J 

A-Ttre County Service 

• Ibnt-upt '• Muffim • Cuburaton • Towing 
i IgnMen • OhmIimjIs * SrakM • Mtannwnli 

E23 (708) 546-7491 

E-^J Day Phone 

383H,C*dwUkiRd. Towing Night Prone I 
Round Ukl " . (708)546-22891 



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^r^biscovcry Toys 

Developmental Toys. Games 
& Books for all ages. 

Calk (708)381-6130 
For • free catalog 

10% off with this ad. 

VISA/MC Will Ship 
Great Career Opportunity Available 








T&C METAL 

(815)459-4445 

M-F.8-5 
Sat., 6-1 

1 block South of Hwy. 176 
Behind J&L Gas Station 



WE BUY: 

Brass 

Lead 
Copper 
Batteries 

Stainless 

Radiators 

Aluminum 

Aluminum Cans 

KEEP AMERICA 
BEAUTIFUL! 

Industrial accounts welcome 




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A unique gift tlwe worth die drive to 
,-,, sea; We carry a mix of country,.,, 
jj( freoch country A traditional Hems for M 
K the home. \M » 

•Lamps HLarge & small prints Jf 2, 
•Rugs •llerltagetace curtains 

•Furniture •DoHi a morell 

UbQtrwvs Square LalisOansvt,WI 
(414)24«42M 




^SSVfciQs: 



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When Neatness Counts' 



Interior/Exterior 

Senior Citizen Discount 

Quality Work. Reasonable Rates 




DIMENSION 

WOODWORKS 



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708-356-1842 



(708)223-4989 



JONG.MOE 

CUSTOM INTERIOR WOODWORK 



Entertainment Centers 
Bookcases 
Computer Desks 



S -N- H TUXEDOS 




Hoursr 

Mon.&thurs 

1 1 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

Tuos. & Frl. 

11 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. 

Sat. I0a;m. -4 p.m. 

Closed Sunday & 

Wednesday 



146 Center St. 

Grayslake, IL 

(708)223-3166 



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Window Seals 
Delivery & Installation 
Free Estimates 



QUALITY 
REMODELING 

Before you remodel that 

basement, kitchen or office. 

Give us a caJMof a 

FREE ESTIMATE 

RosMsntfal-CbniinfftloJ 

Insurance claims our specialty 

Fully Insured 

(708) 517-5151 

Fax. (701) 517-514* 



PAT STAGG & SON, INC. 

COMPUTER AIDED RESIDENTIAL PLANNING & DESIGN 

(708) 356-3039 

Let us design your remodeling project! 

A room addition sveorui 'lory Kitrhcn r ( >dt".i(jnincj an iniMin:i,hdni.' 
m -'OiiHiHT; ul -.pa. .- lor $%**> $$* h#-** *^ '%& W^ •^M»P'-\ 

~CALL US TODAY! 
REASONABLE DESIGNING RATES 




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11S.Rt12-FoxXake 
708-587-4800 FAX 708-587-8400 

Ff 2210 NOW IN 




COPIER & FAX MACHINES 

Seles tt Service 

Compare our cash, financing and 

leasing terms today I 






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HOT TUB 

JETTED BATHTUB 

FACTORY 
OUTLET 

WOODLAND PIER I 
(414)534-5264 



ROLANDS | 
CARPENTRY 

All Home Improvements 

Additions • Decks 

Remodeling • New Construction 

Doors • Windows 

Free Estimates 

Fully Insured 

(708)587-4182 



TREE REMOVAL 
STUMP 

L/removal 

McGuinn Tree Expert Co. 





SAVE OVER 40ft 
1990 SILVER EAGLE COIN 

This I oz. PURE SILVER COIN 

Lists at over $25.00 
NOW ON SPECIAL FOR JUST 

$14.95 

PLUS |1 SHIPPING ♦ HANDLING 

10 Day return prlvllogt 

SEND CHECK (Allow 2 weeks to cltor) 

or MOtCY ORDER (SHIPPED M*DIATLY) 

D.lf.G.S. Enterprizes 

BOX 7577. ROUND LAKE 1L 00073 



KITCHEN & BATH 

CABINETS-VANITIES 

Wholesale Prices 



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•3 day eWv*fy • dock cobfrw* 
•Cauniartop* - Matte topi 
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CALCO supply co. 

N. 653 Hwy. H. North, Genoa City, Wis. 

(414)279-5515 




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BUGGY WERKS 

9 South Rt. 12, Fox Lake 

(708)587-7900 



Special This Week 

'87 Chevy Camaro IROC Z28 

5.7 liter.automatic, Hops, 

power windows & locks 



'84 Chevy Camaro Z28 
5.0 liter Automatic t tops 
power windows & locks 

'66 Ford Mustang Convertible GT 

5.0 Liter Automatic 
Power windows & locks 

The Above Come With 3 mt 3000 

Mile WYNN'S WARRANTY 

Mastercard & Visa Accepted 



Here We Go again . . .I 

KS & S IMAGES INC. 

BLACK DIRT 

Bulk or Pulverized 
Approved Septic Soil 

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adet Corps offers kids Navy experience 



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The Cadet Corps program sponsored by' 
ie Navy League of America will begin 
loiding its meetings at Great Lakes Naval 
lasc in mid-June, according to 
Commanding Officer Richard Cox. 

The program, based out of Great Lakes, 
:urrcntly holds its meetings at the 

rlinglon Heights Army Base and because 
program is growing, they've decided to 
lold meetings at Great Lakes as well. 

The program is for children, ages 10 
/cars, 9 months to 18 years, who arc 
itcrcstod in the Navy. 

The program is divided into two 
:tions, based on age. The Navy League, 
called Training Squadron Butcher O'Hare, . 



is for children between 10 years, 9 months 
and 14. The Sea Cadets, called Nimitz 
Squadron, is for children between 14 and 
18. 

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Both groups meet one night a week for 
an hour and a half and every second 
Saturday of each month for eight hours. 

The participants take courses, get 
promoted, like in the real Navy, learn to lie 
knots, go on Navy ships, wear uniforms, 
march in parades, learn drills and go to 
boot-camp. 

"Wcshow kids what the Navy is like. 
They learn about discipline, patriotism, 
equality and most important, team work/ 1 
said Cox, who is the leader of the younger 
group. 



"the purpose of the program is just to 
show kids what the Navy is all about. We 
aren't trying to recruit them. We simply 
offer the kids an alternative to 'hanging 
out' on the streets," said Lt. Marge 
Meyers. 

However, if the participants decide to 
join the Navy, they immediately start off 
one rank higher than those who weren't 
part of the program, Cox said. 

The 28-year-old program has 200 Sea 
Cadet units and 40 Navy League units 
around the country and is run by volunteer 
officers. 

"We're a very active group. We try to do 
two things a month with the kids such as 
visit naval ships in Chicago and visit 
other bases," Cox said. 



He added parents arc invited to get 
involved. 

"They can do anything from sit in on 
lectures to come along on field trips to 
help with the newsletter," Cox said. 

Michael Meyers, Marge Meyers' son, has 
been in the group for four years and has 
done such things as spend two weeks on 
the U.S.S. Tripoli in San Diego and go to 
Norfolk, Va. for the commissioning of the 
U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln. 

"This program offers a lot of 
opportunities that the average kid wouldn't 
have," he said. 

Boys and girls between 10 years, 9 
months and 18 years old can contact the 
Great Lakes Naval Air Base for more 
information. 




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By JOHN PHELPS 
Lakclaad Niwspaptn 
Lake Zurich High School Lady Bears 
softball team earned its first trip to the 

state finals Monday after defeating New 
Trier, 5-1 at the class a Barring ton 
sectional. - 

All-Northwest Suburban Conference s 
pitcher Denise Funk went the distance 

outdueling the Trevians pitcher Tracy 
Fields, hurling a five-hitter with four 



strikeouts and four walks. 

"After the first three innings, it looked 
as though it would be a. pitcher's duel," 
said Lake Zurich head coach Joe Kedizor. 

Both teams had runners on base in the 
first inning but could nit capitalize due to 
good defensive plays.- The teams were 
retired in order until the fourth inning 

when Lake Zurich scored all the runs it 
would need. 
With two outs, junior catcher Leah 



Anderson and rightfielder Lisa Lamontia 
drew walks to put runners on first and 
second. With a 3-2 count, Joanne Been 
belted a triple, to the fence scoring 
Anderson and Lamontia. 

"We knew their pitcher was around our 
speed but she was the fastest we have faced 
so far. I Just stepped up and told myself 'I 
could do itV Been said. 

Senior second baseman Heather Kaufman 
then singled in Been to end the inning's 
scoring. 




New Trier (16-10) led off the bottom 
half of the inning but Funk retired the 
next three batters. 

"I -was nervous until the fifth inning but 
then really calmed down," Funk said. 

"She really kept her composure in the 
late innings," New Trier Coach John 
Cad well said. 

The Bears (22-1) picked up their fourth 
run in the top of the fifth. Junior 
centerfielder Tricia Znorski singled and 
moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by 
Leslie Todd. Funk then singled in Znorski 
to make it 4-0. 

Funk again showed great composure as 
New Trier put runners on second and third 
with one out but was unable to cash in. 
Lake Zurich captured its final run in the 
sixth when Lamontia singled and was 
sacrificed to second by Been." A wild pitch 
allowed Lamontia to get to third when she 
then scored shortly after on a single by 
Jenny Minster. 

The Trevians scored their sole run when 

Julie Ashley singled and went to second 
on a wild pitch and scored on a throwing 
error to third by the first baseman. 
'u New Trier loaded the bases with two 
outs in the final inning but Funk put the 
nail in the coffin when she got the last 
batter to ground out 

"It feels great to go downstate," said 
Kedizor, in his eighth season. "We were 
menially prepared today." 

New Trier left eight runners on base as 
opposed to Lake Zurich's four. 

"The team played hard and did a great job 
of shutting them down when they had 
runners on base," Kedizor said, t 

"If we take one game at a time, and play 
within ourselves we should do well," 
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Lakelands SPORTS 



Mustangs, Scouts lead 
for all-NSC selections 



Defending champion 
Mundelein and second-place 
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dominated selection* on the 
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Conference girls soflball 
team as each squad has five 



representatives. 

Mundclcin representatives 
include two seniors, a 
junior and a freshman. 

Seniors Ashley Struggles 
and Lynctte Kowalkc, a 
pitcher, made the team 




Fires one home 

Mundelein High School pitcher Lynette Kowatke 
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freshman. 

Mundelein was 17-1 in 
the NSC with Lake Forest 
two games behind at 15-3. 
It was Lake Forest which 
handed the Mustangs their 
first conference toss in more 
than 50 games. 

Antioch, Libcrtyvillc and 
Zion-Benton finished in a 
three-way tic for third at 12- 
6. Antioch representatives , 
were juniors Jenny Hagcn 
and Linda Stark and senior 
Jenny Harris selected. Four 
Liberty ville players, all 
seniors, made the , team: 
Majbritt Andersen, Mclinda 
McDonald, " Alison 
Gustafson and Nancy 
McCormick. 

Warren catcher Heather 
Olcjcak, a senior and junior 
pitcher Kate Scrdar were 
selected from the 7-10-1 
Blue Devil team. 

Stevenson, which was 3- 
15, had Christine Piggott, a 
junior, selected. 

North Chicago, which 
won its first NSC game in 
four years, did not have any 
representatives. 

In post-season tournament 
action, Warren advanced to 
the sectional level before 
being eliminated by Lake 
Zurich. The Bears had 
defeated Mundclcin earlier. 



MADE IN US A. 



Sports Quiz 



by Allan OmstiMii 



ATLANTA BRAVES 

1. What , team did current Brave 
manager' Russ Nixon manage prior 
to his arrival in Atlanta? *; 

2. Name the only free agent .the 
Braves signed during the last off- 
season. 

3. Whom did the Braves trade In 
order to acquire catcher Ernie Whitt 
over the winter? 

y 4. What player led the Braves In 
home runs during 1080? 

5. What pitcher led the Braves 
with 21 saves in. 1080? 

6. Name the current pitching 
coach for the Braves. 



7. Where does the Braves' Triple-A 
minor league team play? 

8. In 1080, the Braves had only 16 
complete games registered by their 
starting pitchers. Name the only 
other two N.L. teams who had even 
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Durell nets second in meet 



Tom Durell of Antioch, 
a junior at Gustavus 
Adolphus College in St. 
Peter, MN, \ took home 
second place in the triple 
jump at the Minnesota 
Intercollegiate Athletic 
Conference (MIAC) 



championships, earning all- 
conference honors in that 
event. Durell had an effort 
of 46 feet, 8.5 inches. 
Earlier in the season, he 
broke the Gustavus triple 
jump record with a 47-8 and 
qualified to compete in the 



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Durell is a 1987 graduate 
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When to seek help for personal problems 
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June 13, 1990 7-8 p.m. 
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Lakelands SPORTS 





n state title struggle 



What started with an impressive 
Rowing Friday afternoon ended in a 
lefensive struggle which the Libcrtyville 
cirls soccer team lost to host St Charles . 

The host Saints made a third-period goal 
>y Stacy Peterson stand up in a 1-0 battle 
(or the state championship. The loss 
leant the second straight second-place 
finish for the Wildcats. 

"I don't know what else we can do.. I 
lought they played hard and well. I 
[hough t they were a little quicker," 
,ibertyville Coach Andy Bitta said 

Peterson,- a sophomore, scored the goal 
iix minutes into the second half with an 

list by Kristie Kula on a close-in shot 

st Libcrtyville goalie Carolyn Cerbus. 

"Our defense stepped up too soon and 
icy put the ball past our sweeper," Bitta 

id. 

Liberty viile, which had scored 14 goals 

fn its first two tournament games, was 

iwarted by St. Charles goalies Peterson 

Tracy Foster. Foster replaced Peterson 

fter a scoreless first quarter. 

Libcrtyville was a confident club 
leading into the semi-final round after it 
>utclassed Lincoln Way 8-0. Lincoln-Way ] 
[oalie Jessica Prokop set a new state 
record with 19 saves in the first half, 
mfortunately ' for the Knights, it was 
lights out as the Wildcats put home four 
lirst-half scores. "I don't know if I should 
happy for her or get on the rest of the 
ads," Lincoln-Way Coach Tim Kilera 

tid. - 

"We just wore them down," Bitta, who 
iubstituted frequently, said. 

Liberty vi lie, who had lost only a mid- 

lason game to Stevenson before the 
[championship, got going on offense when 
Tracy Chamberlain scored the first goal on 



what was meant to be a pass with 2:44 

left.. 
Diane Rcjca then scored in the second 

quarter unassisted on a rebound shot Julie 

Hcubcrger was next to tally for 

Libcrtyville and Erin Murphy completed 

the first-half scoring on a goal off a direct 

kick. 

In the second half, Allison Marquardt, 
who was once again named to the all- 
tournament team, scored as did Rajca for 
the second time. 

Fourth-quarter tallies were notched by 
Hcubcrger and senior Natasha Zajicek. 

"It will be their power game against our 
finess game," Bitta said before the semi- 
final round game against Hoffman Estates. 
Chalk one up for the finess style, as 
Liberty ville won 6-0. 

The Wildcats broke the game open with 
a three-goal second quarter as Cerbus 
earned another shutout 

After a Kim Marshall goal in the first 
quarter, Kim Cooper, Rajca and Jenny 
Brown tallied for a 4-0 lead at halftime. 
Earning assists were Linda Seller, 
Marquardt, Laura Seen and two by 
Murphy. 

Junior Jori Seymour joined Marquardt 
on the all-tourney team, an honor Bitta 
said both deserved. - 
. After the win over the Hawks, it was 
time to face the Saints in the state title 
game; but in a wind-swept and dusty field, 
the Wildcats would have to settle for the 
smaller trophy instead. ' 

Although disappointed at the moment, 
the Libcrtyville community celebrated on 
Tuesday as Coach Andy Bitta and the team 
showed off the second-place trophy . 

Next' year, the Wildcats will continue 
the quest for the bigger one. 



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Batavia 

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By STEVE PETERSON 
Lakeland Newspapers 
A little bit of devinc 
intervention never hurt in a 
baseball sectional. 
Just ask Dorccn Bunt. 
When Carmcl's Jim 
Cooney came to bat in (he 
fifth inning and the bases 
were loaded, Bunt, Cooncy's 



older sister, decided to pull 
out the Rosary, "I said, 
'please God, this once." And 
seconds later, the Cooney 
was being mobbed by 
teammates as he crossed 
home plate following a 
towering shot to left field. 

The first-pitch hit was the 
highlight of the inning for 



Carmcl and probably would 
rival the morning's 
graduation for Cooney. The 
grand slam, Cooncy's 
second hit of the day, put 
Carmcl ahead for good at 
13-9. 

Cooney started the 
Barringtcm sectional game 
for the Corsairs. But the 



unbeaten pitcher looked like 
he may lose that status. Stu 
Chai started the inning for 
Woodstock with a double 
and it was downhill from 
there. Six hits later, 
Woodstock was ahead 5-0. 

Offensively, the Corsairs 
doubled their coach's 
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County college sets summer hours 



Beginning Monday, 
June,. 11, the College of 
Lake County, including the 
main campus in Grayslake, 
Southlake Educational 
Center in Highland Park and 
Lakcshore Campus in 
Waukegan will be open 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Fox Lake Mini Storage will 
salt goods for non payment 
from: Unit 16 belonging to 
Ken Harvorsen, consisting 
of Household goods and 
automobile parts. 

The sale will take place at 
Fox Lake Mini Storage, 31 
South Arlington Lane, Fox 
Lake, Illinois 60020 on June 
24, 1090 at 10:00 a.m. 

690B-502-FL 

June 8, 1990 

June 15, 1990 



Monday through Thursday 
only. 

The main campus will 
be open Monday through 
Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 
p.m. Southlake will be 
open Monday through 
Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

The Prevailing Wage 

Ordinance 90-11 is on 

display in the Village Clerk's 

office of the Village of Fox 

Lake. This ordinance was 

passed and approved by 

the President and Board of 

Trustees of the Village of 

Fox Lake, Lake and 

McHenry counties, Illinois 

the 21st day of May, 1990. 

Susan J. McNally 

690B-500-FL 

June 8, 1990 



5:30 p.m. and Thursday 
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; 
Lakcshore will be open 
Monday through Thursday 
from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
The John C. Murphy Li- 
brary and the Community 
Gallery of Art will be open 



Monday through Thursday 
from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

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instituted in 1980 as an en- 
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would score eight runs and 
we doubled it," he said. 

Carmcl's first relief 
pitcher, David Woll, held 
the Blue Streaks in check 
until Carmcl's offense got 
going. 

Walks began to rattle 
Woodstock reliever Cliff 
Carlson in the beginning of 
the fifth. Tony Alport 
walked and Joe Keller 
singled. Carlson then had 
nine straight balls as Todd 
Rcutlcdge , Maloncy and 
Todd Stachle all drew 
passes. Then it was No. 
28's turn. With his family 



watching from the right- 
field sideline, Cooney 
blasted a homer to left.' 
Carmcl held on to improve 
its record to 24-7. 

By then, the 10-6 lead for 
Woodstock had reversed to a 
16-10 Carmcl margin. 
Somehow, the game's 
ending was fitting. Cooney, 
playing first base, raced 
over to die right-field fence 
to catch a foul ball. He 
whirled a peg to third 
baseman Dan Gramm, who 
tagged the Woodstock 
runner out for a double, 
play. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 

Time and Place of Opening of Bid* 

Seated proposals for the Improvement described 

below will be received at the office of Village of 

Grayslake, Lake County, Illinois, until 2:00 o'clock 

P.M., June 8, 1990. Proposals will be opened and read 

publicly at that time. 

Description- of Work 
Name: Garfield Boulevard, Length 602 ft., (0.114 
Miles). Location: From Washington Boulevard to 
Beh/kJere Road. 

Proposed Improvement: Removal of existing 
pavement and construction of new 24-foot wide 
roadway with aggregate shoulders, including pipe 
culverts, sodding and other miscellaneous work. 
Bidders Instructions 

1. Plans and proposal forms will be available in the 
t. office of Village Clerk of Grayslake or Midwest 

Consulting Engineers, Inc., 5151 N. Harlem Ave., 
Chicago, IL 60656 upon payment of $20 for each 
set. Payment is non-refundable. 

2. All proposals must be accompanied by a proposal 
guaranty as provided in Article 102.09 of the 
'Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge 
Construction," prepared by the Department of 
Transportation. 

3. The awarding authority reserves the right to waive 
technicalities and to reject any or all proposals as 
provided in Article 102.08 of the 'Standard 
Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction," 
prepared by the Department of Transportation. 

By Order of 

Village of Grayslake 

Adell Laurin, 

- Municipal Clerk 

■ 690A-464-GEN 

June 1 , 1990 

June 8, 1990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be 
received at the Office of Ted Restarski, Clerk Lake Villa 
Township, 37908 N. Fairfield Road. Lake villa until 10:00 
AM on Thursday June 28, 1990 for furnishing the 
following: 

No. 2 Diesel Fuel, Grade #9 Road Gravel, Grade #7 Road 
Gravel and Fill Sand. 
Proposals shall be made on forms furnished by the 
Township Highway Commissioner and shall be 
addressed in a sealed envelope to Lake Villa Township 
Highway Commissioner, c/o Ted Restarski, Clerk, 37908 
N. Fairfield Road, Lake Villa, II. 60046 and shall be 
marked 'Fuel Proposal and/or Gravel Proposal." 

Further information regarding the letting may be 
obtained by contracting the Highway Commissioner at 
Lake Villa Township Office at 708-356-583 1 . 

The Township In accordance with the laws of the 
State of Illinois hereby notilies ail bidders that it will 
affirmatively insure that the contract entered Into 
pursuant to this advertisement will be awarded to the 
lowest responsible bidder without discrimination on the 
grounds of race, color, or national origin. 

Dated this 30th day of May 1990 

By order of: 

■ Jim Semmerling, Lake Villa Township 

Highway Commissioner 

690B-492-GEN 

. ..., . 6-8-90 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 

Official notice is hereby given that sealed bids for 
alterations to existing office facility in Viking Park, 
including window replacement and interior remodeling, 
will be received by the Gurnee Park District, at the 
District Offices, 4374 Grand Avenue, Gurnee, IL 
60031, on the 15th day of June, 1990, at 3:00 P.M. 

Plans and specifications and other contract 
documents may be examined at the offices of Thomas 
F. Bleck Associates, 1321 Glen Rock Avenue, 
Waukegan, IL 60085, phone: (708)244-2727. 

A $25.00 fee will be required for each set of 
documents. Fee is returnable with bid or return of 
documents in usable condition within 15 days after bid 
is awarded. 

The Board of Park Commissioners reserves the right 
to reject any and all bids and to waive technicalities. 

John R. Shaw, Sr. 

, Board President 

690B495-GEN 

i June 8, 1990 




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PUBLIC NOTICE 

LEASE PURCHASE OF A 

STREET SWEEPER WITH TRADE-IN 

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be 
received by the Board of Trustees of the Village of 
AntJoch until 7:30 P.M. on June 18, 1990 for the lease 
purchase of a Street Sweeper as per specifications on 
file with the Village Clerk, specifications will be made 
available to all parties desiring to bid. Appointments to 
view the trade in, a 1972 Elgin Pelican Street Sweeper 
can be made through the Public Works office by calling 
WiHiam Smith at (708)3954199 Monday through Friday 
from 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Bids shad be addressed to 
Sara Lehn, Village Clerk and shall be in her hands on or 
before 7:30 P.M. June 18, 1990, or delivered to the 
Village Hall, 874 Main St., AntJoch, IL 60002. 

The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject 
any and all bids, to waive any informalities In any bid 
and to accept any considered advantage to the village. 
This advertisement is made pursuant to direction of the 
Board of Trustees of the Village of Antioch, June 4, 
1990. 

Sara A. Lehn, 

Village Clerk 

690B-507-GEN 

June 8, 1990 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

LEASE PURCHASE OF A 

SEWER CLEANER / RODDINQ UNIT 

Notice Is hereby' given than sealed bids will be 

received by the Board of Trustees of the Village of 

Antioch until 7:30 P.M. on June 25, 1990 for the Lease 

purchase of a Sewer Cleaner/Rodding Unit as per 

specifications on file with the Village Clerk, 

specifications will be made available to all parties 

desiring to bid. Bids shall be addressed to Sara Lehn", 

Village Clerk and shall be in her hands on or before 7:30 

P.M. June 25, 1990, or delivered to the Village Hall, 874 

Main St.. Antioch, IL 60002. 

The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any 
and all bids, to waive any informalities in any bid and to 
accept any considered advantage to the village. This 
advertisement is made pursuant to direction of the 
Board of Trustees of the Village of Antioch, May 21, 
1990. 

Sara A. Lehn, Village Clerk 

690B-506-GEN 

June 8, 1990 



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Ider homes face new restrictions 




law bubbles with changes 



by JOSEPH SOULAK 
|LakeUnd Newspapers 

For people in unincorporated Lake 
[County a septic tank is just as important 
as a telephone, natural gas, well or flush 
I toilet. _ 

There are an estimated 30,000 septic 
I tanks in Lake County. The number is 
growing at the rale of 1,000 to 1,500 per 
|ycar. 

Without a septic many people would 
[not have a home. That is one reason why 
there is a Lake County Health DepL 
Among other things, this agency moni- 
tors both the installation of new septic 
tanks and the repair or replacement of old 
I ones. 

' To Thacker*s knowledge there are no 
failed or faulty septic tanks in Lake 
{County today. 

Last month the Health Dept received 

| broader septic tank enforcement powers. 

It came with County Board approval of 

the seventh revision of the county's septic 

tank ordinance adopted in 1960. 

"Contrary to what some people might 
think, we are here to make sure they get 
the septic tank they need," said Colin 
Thacker, director of environmental engi- 
neering for the Health Dept 

This is often seemingly impossible 
when the new rules say septics must be 
; 75 feet from a water well and have an ex- 
[pansion area equal to 75 percent of the 
1 existing drain field. Prior to the latest re- 
vision it was 100 percent 

These seemingly strict requirement are 
because Lake County soils are not porous. 
The glacier thousands of years ago left a 
deposit of clay-like soil that may be good 
for farming, but not for septics. 

Today there are eight systems at two- 
year-old homes are failing due to soil 
conditions. 

"Because of the 75/75 requirement it is 
difficult but not 1 impossible for someone 



with a 100-by-100-foot lot to get approval 
for a septic," Thacker said. The same is 
true of repairs or replacement of a 20- or 
25-year-old septic on an older and often- 
times smaller lot 

Between 200 and 300 requests are re- 
ceived each year for repairs. These get the 



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highest priority. 

Until last month's revision, small lots 
could not qualify, for a septic tank permits. 

Where's there a will, there's a way. 
The Health Dept' allows a credit for wa- 
ter-saving devices such flow-restrictors in 
the shower or on faucets, low-flush toilets 
that use one-half gallon of water, 
incineration toilets or an aerator that in- 
jects oxygen into sewerage. In some 
cases the number of bedrooms or bath- 
rooms might be reduced. "A toilet uses 
40 percent of the water in a home," 
Thacker noted. "It all depends upon what 
a homeowner is willing to sacrifice." 

These requirements apply to new 
construction, replacement or repairs. "For 
some older homes on lots, platted years 
ago there is no way to meet the present- 



day ordinance," Thacker said. "So the 
stricter requirements become standard in 
those cases. We may also ban laundry 
equipment and, in severe cases, require the 
septic to be pumped weekly. 

Homeowners or builders who disagree 
can ask for a variance. Most common is a 
deviation from the 75 percent septic field 
expansion' area. "With water restriction 
devices we can easily allow a 55 percent 
area," Thacker said. 

Those who can't qualify or won't, 
change their plans can; appeal directly to 
Dr. Steven Potsic, director of the Health 
Dept At this point attorneys may get in- 
volved 

Final court of authority is an appeal to 
the eight-member Board of Health. In five 
years this body has not heard a single ap- 
peal for a septic tank permit 

"In the past nine months we have had 
50 requests for a variance and all were sat- 
isfactorily resolved at one of these levels," 
Thacker said. 

Sometimes this means writing the 
Health Dept ruling into the deed restric- 
tions for the property. That means the 
current and future property owner cannot 
alter the water-sewer system. "This gives 
us the satisfaction of having a working 
system," Thacker said. 

--Where restrictions are ignored the 
Health Dept. goes to court Five such 
cases' are now pending in Circuit Court 

All of this is for the health and safety 
* of everyone who lives in Lake County. 
An overflowing septic tank can lead to a. 
hepatitis outbreak. Usually spread by 
contact it can happen with an animal or 
child walking through or falling into the 
leacnate. This is brought into the home. 

Worse yet would be a typhoid fever 
outbreak, also from septic overflow. 

Sometimes sewerage discharged into a 
lake can cause shigellosis. This happened 
last summer in Round Lake where be- 



tween 20 and 30 cases were reported until 
the source— a faulty septic — was found. 

Or the sewerage can contaminate a 
well and endanger the entire family. 

One of the major provisions of the 
newly-amended septic tank ordinance af- , 
feels luxury homes — 3,500 square feet or 
more. These often have three bedrooms 
and at least two baths. "People who live 
in luxury homes use more water because 
they can afford to," Thacker said. This 
section was needed because more homes of 
this type are being built in Lake County. 

Other provisions: 

* A septic permit must be obtained 
from the Health Dept before applying to 
the Building Dept for a construction per- 
mit 

* Violations are subject to fines of 
$500 per day. 

* Health Dept inspectors can red tag 
a project for violations without a court 
order. 

* No permanent structures or deck can 
be constructed on a septic absorption area. 

* Fees for septic permits remain the 
same, ranging from $85 to $200. 

* Fill for the septic area must have 10 
percent fine silt or clay. 

* Drinking water and sprinklers shall 
not be within 25 feet of the soil absorp- 
tion field or future expansion area. 

* Credits of 20 percent are allowed for 
low-flush toilets, 25 percent for incinera- 
tor toilets, -5 percent for front-loading 
washers. Water-consuming devices such 
as whirlpools, hot tubs or spas rated 60- 
80 gallons of water receive a deficit of 5 
percent and those using in excess of. 80 
gallons get a 10 percent deficit Garbage 
disposals rale a deficit of 5 percent 

* Septic effluent cannot be applied to 
root vegetable gardens, areas growing 

. fruits or vegetables eaten raw, pasture or 
hay where livestock graze or which is 
harvested for livestock. 



Entech courting Lake County communities 



by PAT CHRISTEN5EN 
Lakeland Newspapers 

North Chicago may soon be getting a 
new garbage disposal system. Sources 
indicate that attorneys for the city are 
meeting with attorneys from a company 
called Entech, trying to hammer out a deal 
for a new, slow-bum garbage disposal 
[system. 

The Entech system is under 
[consideration by several other 
[communities at the present time, 
I including Waukegan, Round Lake Beach, 
Antioch; Zion, Fox Lake, Mundelein, 
[Liberty ville, Lake Forest and, in a 
[modified form. Gray slake. Sources 
[indicate that the North Chicago plant 
[which would be owned and operated by. 
[Entech, might be approved within the 
[next several weeks. 

Entech claims that its system, called 
[thermal oxidation, can handle up to 500 
tons of garbage a day. The "slow burn" 
[system takes 12 hours from start to 
[finish, and reduces 90 percent of the load 
[to clean ash; which can then be used in 
ll&ndfills or for other commercial uses. 

The remainder of the load is unharmed 
[by the low-heat process and all glass, 
Jl, and aluminum can be reclaimed after 
|the burn and recycled. The ash is 
:urrcntly picked up by an Iowa company 
[which then makes garden blocks out of it 
[for sale. 
Apparently the glass isn't worth much, 
>ut it will be recycled rather than dumped. 
he steel and aluminum will bring a fair 
)rice for Eruech. 

Entech claims their system produces 40- 
10 percent- fewer particle emissions than 
>ther, more traditional incineration 
systems. 

The difference, the company claims, is, 
lue to the heat of the' "burn." Thermal 
nidation burns in two stages. "Think of 
t," said William D. Anderson, an Entech 



representative, "as a large pile of leaves. 
Have you ever tried to light a pile of 
leaves, but all you get is smoke? So you 
give up and go away and then, lo and 
behold, you come back and all that's left 
is a pile of ash? Thermal oxidation is 
exactly like that" 

The unsorted, untreated trash is placed in 
a huge, sealed container and lit with a 
propane torch. Then the (rash is left to 
burn. There is no stirring of the "mix" as 
there would be in a traditional incineration 
system. This leads to a cooler bum, of 1- 
2,000 degrees only. The trash is left to 
smolder and reduce itself to ash while the 
gases emitted are filtered into a series of 
two chambers and finally being ignited 
before what is left is released into the 
atmosphere. The result is far cleaner stack 
emissions, which meet or surpass federal 
EPA standards, according to Entech's 
brochure. Emissions are said to be less 
than the exhaust from a single passenger 
vehicle. "The deisel trucks used to haul 
the trash to the site is 18 times dirtier 
than the stack emissions from the plant," 
said Anderson. There is continuous 
monitoring of the stack flow emissions 
via computer. 

The process, it is claimed, burns plastic, 
paper, styrofoam, petroleum waste, even 
batteries equally. Plastic, paper and 
batteries can be removed prior to a burn 
because the trash is dumped into one 
container and then lifted to the burn, 
chamber by means of a con veyor belt 

A technician stands and the top of the 
belt, where the garbage is routed to either 
the right or the left The technician can, 
if requested, then remove all items that are 
not going into the burn tanks. 

' Large items like motors or large 
appliances would have to be removed, but 
all smaller items could be burned. 

Entech officials say that the beauty of 
the system is that there is not pre-sorting 



or pre-treating of garbage. There would be 
no need for special curbside containers or 
special garbage trucks. 

The system has been tested extensively 
at EPA test sites throughout the US since 
1988. The system has been tested on 
municipal, industrial and hospital waste 
and, according lo Entech, passed all tests 
with flying colors. Now it. is being 
marketed to municipalities and other 
potential users throughout the country. 

A facility proposed for Round Lake 
Beach and another for Antioch could be 
built on two acres. They could handle 50 
tons of waste per day and require 12,000 
square feet of building, at a projected 
building cost of $720,000 and an 
equipment cost of $1,500,000, including 
installation. If Entech owns the facility 
they hold all fees for four years so the 
residents experience no immediate fee 
increases. If the community owns its 
own facility, Entech works with them to 
keep fees down to "the financially 
indicated level," according to Anderson. 

The area around any proposed plant 
would have to be fully landscaped and the 
stack on all facilities would be vented 
three feet above the roof level to make 
stack inspections easier for EPA and other 
inspectors. .There would be unannounced 
inspections' two to three times per year 
according to Entech guidelines. 
. In Waukegan two facilities have been 
discussed. One would help clean 
pollutants from Lake Michigan and 
another would be used to clean a stream 
running through the community. In 
Grayslake the facility would be used to 
reduce a "mountain of garbage* down to a 
manageable size. This process could take 
two to three, years. Other communities 
are talking about going for a straight 
garbage disposal program,' rather than a 
'clean-up effort None of these facilities 
has been approved or voted on yet and are 



only in the discussion phase, although 
North Chicago is reported to have the 
matter before their attorney's. 

If the North Chicago plant is approved it 
would take four to six months to build 
and bring on line. With mandatory 
composting due to begin in July, the 
city's composting plans would not 
change, but composting would become 
unnecessary if a plant was in place and 
running, as would any formal recycling 
program. 

The Entech thermal oxidation system 
would relieve many of the worries of 
smaller communities faced with the ' 
problems of slate mandated programs 
aimed at garbage reduction. Residents 
have already begun complaining about the 
costs and inconvenience of such programs. 
At least one, unnamed Lake County 
village is doing a study on the feasibility 
of the Entech system and other 
communities are watching closely for the. 
results. Until that time, officials of 
communities reported to be looking at the 
system aren't saying much. 



Stngle-parent families 

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sounds, colors, and 
movements of birds will add 
interest to your landscape 
year 'round. 



Experts say the best way 
to invite birds to nest is by 
providing food, shelter, and 
water. If you don't have a 
pond or stream on your 
property, a bird bath will 
serve as a good source of 
water. Put is where trees 



and shrubs will provide 
protective cover and be sure 
to keep if filled with plenty 
of fresh water. 

A protective environment 
is essential for building 
nests, and some plants 
provide both shelter and 



food. Select such dual 
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dogwoods, crabapples, 
hawthorns, pines, cedars, 
hollies, viburnums, and 
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The quick way to 
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disregard the rule about 
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plant a cluster of fast- 
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and flowers. Put shrubs in 



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with a small fruiting tree. 
. Let your garden reflect 
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Birds can't discern design 
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Lawn Care And Gardening Needs 

Perennials: Putting down roots 





It is not a coincidence 
it the phrase in our 
iguage which traditionally 

ribes becoming 
stablished in one's 
Mnmunity is "putting 
town roots." Annual plants 
we root systems which die 
ftcr one season, but 

inials, once they take 
lold, will often last for 

ly years. They become a 
liable part of the fabric of 
ic garden, and like close 
family and good neighbors, 
i be depended on to be at 
id at exactly the right 
loments. Serious gardeners 
;gard perennials as a 



healthy social habit, for 
they can be divided and 
shared, transplanted, and, un- 
necessary, taken along when 
a property is sold. Stories 
are told about perennials 
that are handed down in 
families like treasured 
heirlooms. 

In the months and years 
after buying a property there 
are many competing 
demands on the 
homeowners time and ; 
checkbook which tend to 
delay the process of 
developing a garden. Even if 
we arc fortunate to find a 
suitable older home with 



gardens already begun, most 
of us wail through a year, or 
more to sec what will come 
up. Few of us are presented 
at the real estate closing- 
with a detailed garden plan, 
although this would make 
an excellent selling point 
for a property. Most 
dedicated gardeners find that 
the investment of time in 

drawing up a landscape . 
design, with heights, 
seasons, colors, and textures 
noted, pays off in the 
beauty and orderliness of the 
finished product Eric 
Widitz, of Landesign in 
Island Lake, helps new 



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Children will: • 

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July 23-27 
Ages 5-7 9:30-1130 
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Ages 11-12 3:00-5:00 



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Special Activities 



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gardeners to do this sort of 
planning. 

A garden isa 
commitment to a place. The 
investment pays off with 
perennials in a year or more 
after preparing the beds and 
planting. And so, as we are 
increasingly a transient 
society, we see the apparent 
popularity of annual 
plantings. All too ^ 
frequently we arc ready to 
move again before our 
dreams of flowers, trees and 
shrubs reach maturity. And. 
we are, with trends toward 
two-earner families or 
single parent families, 
finding less time to devote 
to our gardens. Annuals are 



bright, and cheerful, a kind 
of quick fix to our yards. 
And some varieties, like 
shade-loving impatiens, 
provide color solutions in 
problem areas mat are harder 
to achieve with perennials. 
But in the long run, the 
cost in time and money of 
replanting every year can be 
considerable, and the truly 
frugal gardener soon 
searches for the best local 
source of perennials. Their 
common names evoke 
visions of English gardens: 
delphinium, lupine, peony, 
day lily, lamb's ears, 
columbine, poppy, daffodil, 
bcllflower, chrysanthemum, 
daisy, hosta, lily of the 



valley, iris, phlox, 
primrose, bleeding heart 
Little by little they can be 
added, and with proper site 
selection, good bed 
preparation and minimal 
maintenance, will rarely 
fail. Many varieties spread, 

and few small plants will 
become glorious borders in 
no time. A beautiful 
perennial display garden is 
in the making at Landesign. 
The spring and early 
summer is usually the best 
time to plant, and it is the 
time when garden centers 
such as this have the 
greatest selection of 
perennial plants for sale. 



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Lakeland's COUNTY NEWS 



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Illinois ranks high 
in revoking licenses 



Secretary of State Jim 
Edgar released 1989 
statistics showing motorists 
charged with drunk driving 
in Illinois lose their 
licenses 90 percent of the 
time, a fact that a federal 
highway safely official says 
places Illinois among, the 
leading states in that 
category. 

"A total of 40,451 
people lost their license last 
year after being arrested for 
drunk driving," Edgar said. 

"From all studies in the 
country available; the state 
of Illinois has one of the 
highest percentages of DUI 
offenders losing their 
driving privileges following 
an arrest for drunk driving," 
said Donald McNamara, 
regional administrator of the 
National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration. 

Edgar said he is pleased 
drunk driving laws in 
Illinois have proven 
effective but added much 
work remains before 
highways are rid of drunken 
drivers. 

"We cannot let down our 
guard against the deadly 
menace of drinking and 
driving," Edgar said. "Nine 
years of work to educate the 
public and legislate tough 
laws that work are paying 
off, but too many innocent 

people continue to die 
because of impaired 



motorists." 

Comparative statistics 
from 1980 to 1989 show a 
decline of about 40 percent 
in the percentage of 
intoxicated teen drivers 
killed in highway accidents. 
In 1980, 45 out of every 
100 (ccn drivers tested after 
being fatally injured were 
legally intoxicated. The 
number declined to 27 by 
1989. 

"We are especially 
pleased with the decline in 
drunk driving among teens • 
in .Illinois," Edgar" said. 
"Grassroots groups like 
Students Against Driving 
Drunk and other peer- 
pressure programs en- 
couraged by the Sec. of 
Slate's office have fcelped in 
this effort." 

For all drivers, there was 
a decline of about 20 
percent during the 10-year 
period' in the number of 
fatally injured drivers found 
to have high blood-alcohol 
levels. 

Edgar also pointed to an 
overall highway fatality 
decline during the 1980's, 
when nearly 5,000 fewer 
persons died in accidents 
compared to the previous 

A-raifa 

"New laws and 
aggressive highway safety 
programs have convinced 
many motorists to choose a 
designated driver, buckle up 
and slow down," Edgar said 



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And Comfort. We offer therapy 
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With activities that challenge 
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arriage Licenses 



feith Edwird Surroz, Lake Villa 
ndSmh Rita Schamoiki, Round 
_ i Beach. 

Eharlei Mohr FarrcU, Like Villa 
fnd Margaret Anne Padgett, 
jidcnhunt. 

i chard Anthony Mathez and Lisa 
fane Paiko, Lindenhurat , 

|ohn Joseph Simon and Anna Mae 
jidcnon. Lake Villa, 
franco Joaeph Umlauf , Lake Villa 
fnd Mable Ann lines, Wheeling. 

lomai Michael Birr and Nancy 

: Knight, Libertyville, 
^rian Thomas DcBiaic, Mundclcin 
id Michelle Ann Christmann, 
lalatine. 

Ireni Edward Anderson and Laura 
lichcle Crabtree, Wauconda. 
imei Wesley Gnu, Mundclcin 
rid Katherine Marie Vrchoiicky, 
lundeletn. 
Jcnc Rene Mosier, Lake Zurich, 

I Kathtyn Mary LiRock, Lisle, 
Iicphen William Dell and Andrea 
lenee Cullcn, Buffalo Grove. 
j>avid Eugene Carlen Jr., 
I'apperville and Karen Ann 
tennedy, Libertyville. 
loger Albert Drewei and Joanne 
|jee Sitar, Wauconda. 
lichiel John , Falconer, 
linncipolii, Minn, and Karen 
Jayle Gutzler, Libertyville. 
)aniel Joseph Feher and Robin Jo 
jlogle, Ubeftyville. 
ptephen Leo Georth, Buffalo 
Srove, and Kimberly Patricia Loss, 

rig Grove, 
kruce Michael Hemenway, Buffalo 
Irove, and Jacqueline Moriaity, 

Jeffrey Ralph Carl Lindgren and 

Lathleen Louise Corbin, 

ibertyville. 
Urnothy Louis Mauer, Libertyville 
ind' Ellen Elizabeth Cam scans, 

faikegan. 

evin Gerald Mueller, McHenry 
ind Nancy Ellen Strobot, 

/auoonda. 

>avid Patrick Murrens and Toni 
: Hedemann, Vemon Hills. 

ftUiim Joseph O'Brien and Judith 
jym Graham, Mundelein. 

.aurence Paul Sheahan, 

•ibertyville and Carol Ann 

fcClintock, River Green Park. 
(Stephen Phillip Spinato, Jr. and 

inda Susan CiUerman, Mundclcin. 

William Tedd Topel and Lisa Marie 

lialmo, Lake Zurich. 
iRoberl Lawrence Walker and 
Jacqueline Sandra Poupko, Buffalo 
Grove. j . v 

fGenudo Espinoza and Dulce Maria 
IPerdomo-Lira, Mundelein. 
jLeonard Allan Grosch and April 
[May Goethel, Mundelein. 
[Robert Joseph' Hiie, Glendale His., 
[and Jennifer Elizabeth Webb, 

lundelein. 

Kenneth Michael Ruley, Lake 

Zurich and Lisa Van Geem, 

/aukegan. 

Trent Dawson Webster and 

leredith Rae Shoemaker, 

ibertyville. 

snnis Michael Adter and Susan 
irie Bretnan, North Chicago. 

William Joseph Adams, Jr., Erie, 

id Janice Lea Imocenzi, Gumce. 

jugene Allen Miscichowski, 

fcukegan and Patricia Lynn Perry, 

Stephen DeWayne Rasch and 
lennifer Suzanne Buck, Gumee. 
rimothy'Alan Pacey, Wilmot and 
famara Ann Gasperihi, Spring 

Idelmiro Castillo, _ Jr, and 
Christine Marcia Clay, 
ibertyville. 

)avid D. Belmonte and Jodi L. 
tiristensen, Vemion Hills, 
lonui O. Carotin and Glenda G. 

:, Mundelein. 
ivid P. Glaves and.Margaret M. 

ivna, Mundelein. 
teci J. Smith and Linnette D. 
fievei, Island Lake. 
►avid Dean Belmonte and Jodi 

i Chriftenaen, Vemon Hills. 
lomas Oliver Carolin and Glenda 

i Rose, Mundelein. 
avid Patrick Glaves and Margaret 
lary Sullivan, Mundelein. . 
m Robert Huster, Libertyville, 
id Jill Anne. Swof ford, Terre 
f sole, Ind. 

sit Ronald King, Vemon Hills, 
Amy Lee Belill, Mundelein. 
^ffrey Michael Collis , McHenry 
id Colleen Anne Doyle, 
fauconda. 

Mdan Dee Tate and Judit 
^oihauna Maria Tate, North 
icago, 

evor E, Currie and Mariam A. 
ban, N. Chicago. 

f.Jurwl, 1990 



MahlonP. Golden, McHenry and 

Bonnie L. Petierec, Gumee. 

Sean P. O'ncill and Nancy I. 

Felho, Gumee. 

William J. PaUzzolo, Jr. and Lori 

A. Jackson, Gumee. 

Trevor Errol Currie and Mai ram 

Antoinette Callahan, North 

Chicago. 

Mahlon Paul Golden, McHenry and 

Bonnie Lori Pettercc, Gumee. 

Gary Lee Miller and Janet Rose 

Dodge, Gumee. 

William Larry Nichols and Sandra 

Jean Burse, North Chicago. 

Richard Wagner Eckhardt and Janice 

Lynn Coffin, Gumee. 

Alcides Ochoa, Slcokic and Earlcnc 

Franklin, North Chicago. 



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Rocco John Holland and Lc Anne 

Ruthyollers.Ingleside. 

Keith Edward Surroz, Lake Villa 

and Sarah Rita Schamoski, Round 

Lake Beach. 

John Joseph Draper and Heidi Delia 



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Daniel Richard Harrell and Deborah 

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Mark Allen Melton and Wendy 
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Ruth Ann and William R. Gibson. 

Tina and Greg Lamer, 

Toms Lee and Richard Soreruen. 

Louiie Ann and Michael John 

Walker. 

Gerri L and Robert J. MoHtor. 
Kathi Ann and Phillip P. Schuiz. 
Margaret Mary and Richard John 
Krotowsld. 

Cathy L and Rick A. Ratzel. 
Mary E and Edmund J. Kopeenki. 
Fiona Mary Herring and Walter 
LeeWyich. 



Deborah Ann and Terry R. 

Schmidt 

Jane and Weiley Brown. 

Patricia and Frank Glickman. 

Harriet and Koitai Koumoutsoa. 

Catherine A. and Roger R. 

Warmack, Sr. 

Debbie Lynn and Austine Eugene 

Kcllcy. 

Belinda Joy and David A. 

Schmidtbauer, Jr. 

Gail E. and Daniel J. O'Brien. 

Renee and John Gram. 

Georgejean and Edgar S. Cowley. 



Kellie There se and John Michael 

LufL 

Linda and Larry Martin. 

Camelle S. and Howard L. Wilder. 

Bemadette M. and Charlei F. 

Bronigan. 

Tammy A. and Robert A. Levand. 

Jane and Kenneth Scholz. 

Virginia E. and Bernard. L.* 

Haggard. 

Suian J. and Robert G. Yancg. 

Penny R. and David M. Henderson, 

Judith H. and Hoot Peppa. 

Camille S. and Howard L. Wilder, 



Rachida and Richard W. NidteU. 
Helena and Michael AmideL 
Laureen Cahill and James M. 
Casey. . 

. Bonnie and Michael Kibitlewsld. 
Deborah and James Rumpel. 
Susan J. and Sheldon E Anderson. 
Falheih and Nitham Mohammad 
Judeh. ;,. ' ■ 

Liu and Joseph Johnson. 

John A. and Coral D. Leatherman. 

Kathellen M. and' Stephen M. 

KeUy. 

Chanin E. and Veron B. Richards. 



Laura and Burton Dralhring. 
Elizabeth Ann and Frederick Alien 
SooUay. j 

Nancy and Charles E. Monocle 
AUyn and Stephen Northrop. 

Mary L. and Gary R. Rohde. 
Judith L and Keith A. Olson. 
Defers Marie and Gilberto Monies. 
Donna Lynn and Howard Hoeper. 

Robin T. and Ruth C. Rutledge.- 
Donna Lynn and Christopher 
Joseph Head.' 
Judit A. and Donald K. Crawford. 



Mary and John J. Cord. 
Mary E and Vitor E Rojck. 
Donna J. and Joseph J. BajkowsU. 
Elizabeth and Kenneth Jackson. 
Cindy and Richard Wengjen. 
Jaimie J. and Kevin L Bachler. 
Lynda L, and John W. Sutrie. 
Cecelia and Richard L. Palmer, Sr. 
Janet M. and Cheser E Neff. ■ 
Patricia A. and Paul M. Schleicher. 
Maria Lynn and Michael G. Lasco. 
Leslie and Waller Short, 
Francoise and Ronald Eich. 
Anna and Jeffrey Damm. 




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PRE-DRIVEN BRONCO SALE! 



USED CARS 



1989 T-BIRD SUPER COUPE 

4TOCH00SE 

FROM 
Losdsdl 



'15,995 



1989 UNCOLN MARK VII LSC 

2-OQOR, LOADED.MOONROOF, 
JBCSTEREO.FORO $ 

FACTORY EXECUTIVE CAR 



19,995 



1989 
BRONCO XLT 

S.0V-S.LOADE0I 
AUTOMATIC OD, 
TU-TONE BLUE, 
FORD FACTORY 
EXECUTIVE CAR. 

*16,995 



1989 BRONCO 

"EDDIE BAUER" 

mi automatic, 

LOAOEOtTRALERTOW 

PACKAGE, 21.000 
UUS. BLUE AND TAR 

♦17,495 



1985 

BRONCO XLT 

M1V-I, LOADED! 

LKE NEW CONDITION. 

BLUE4SLVER.. 

'10,995 



198S BRONCO II 
XLT 4X4 

V4 AUTOMATIC, 

LOADED! 
34.000 ULES. 
ONE OWNER, 

*8995 



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$295© 
$1495 

81 ELDORADO™. *>«lu $1895 
87 CELEBRITY S/W afoju $7995 

87IROCZ smui $11,450 

86 CAPRICE i»«A ... **cmi $ 8999 

| 87llc ^ ,Npv - 8 ^M0 f 499 

86 IROC Z 5na4i $ 10 f 650 

|87 DODGE OMNI a*ou $4650 

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'85 ALLIANCE skoal $1950 

'89BERETTAG.T. swmi$I0,950 

'88 HYUNDAI EXCEL **cmi$4999 

'84 LASER skoal $3995 

'84 NISSAN SENTRA **a*i $ 3650 

'89 BERETTA . incut $9975 

HSCAVAUERTYPE10 $?AQE 
Am*, MX, EMU I fwoju "9473 

'85 PARK AVENUE s«cMi$4995 

'88 CORSICA LT skoal $8795 

'82 PARK AVENUE skoal $ 389S 



'88 JIMMY 4x4 skoal 
'87 MIGHTY MAX P/U 

SKOAL 

'87 FORD F250 P/U 4x4 
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'86 CAPRICE 
'87 IROC 



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$ 8750 
$ 8750 



■89 CORSICA skoai 

|88 IROC 350......™. skoal 

18 BERETTA 

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>0 CORSICA. **tcui $ 10,450 

8 SPRINT skoal $3995 






$9950 

'12,995 

$7995 

$4950 

$10,350 



'87 OLDS CUTLASS <Prau$8450 

'87 GRAND AM skoal $7950 

'85 DELTA 88 - skoal $5695 

'84 CAVALIER CONV. *wui$6999 
'89 MAZDA 323 — mo* $6495 

'85 SKYLARK skoal $3495 

'88% ESCORT *j*oai$649S 

'88COROLLAEX „«toai$4999 



'87 CONV. VAN skoal $12,795 
'86 BRONCO 4x4 „...speoal $ 9250 

'89 VOYAGER SE sp^al $11,995 

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$13,450 

$6795 

$10,950 

fc/41 9250 

$ I3,950 

'84 BRONCO II 4x4 skoal $7995 

'87 ASTRO PASS. CJL^ $|2 49 E 

'a7CHtVHI.T0PCQNV.VAN $|* QEA 

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'90 GEO TRACKER t«f * ft p 

4x4 CONV skoal *|1,D95 

'85 ASTRO PASS. VAN $ AOQO 

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'87S-10BLZR. 
'88CHEV.CONV.VAN 

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'88LK>DGE%PASS.VAN ii $|2 f 450 
'88GRANDVOYAGE i RLE u $|2 # 950 

'87 F1 50 P/U *«cMi$10 f 750 

'87ELCAMINOV-8 *«04i$10 # 499 
'87 S-1 BLZR. 4x4 skoal $9950 



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REGAL S/W . s 699 

MALIBU S/W .M150 

FAIRMONT S 94S 

IMPALA S/W.... s 695 

ALLIANCE £1950 

PINTO......... $ 395 

COROLLA...........; *450 

SKYHAWK .....; $ 495 

GRANADA .. $ 650 

MONZA V-8. s 925 

CARGO VAN $ 328 

TURISMO $ 399 

CHEVT. s 759 

GRANADA... . $ 69,9 

SKYLARK . 5 499 

CAVALIER ..'950 



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mm lomim sedan 

This Is Tops In Luxury, It Has Leather Seating, Anti-Lock 
Brakes, Touring Ride & Handling Package, 
Burled Walnut Dashboard. You Must See 
& Drive this Car! Stock No. 11,597. 

'26,545 

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This Is The Family Heartbeat Of America. It Has Automatic 
Transmission, Deluxe Cloth Seating, Rear Window Defrost, 
Plus Full Factory Equipment. Stock No. 12,127; 



$13,219 



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Tnis Truck Can Haul The 
Largest Of Loads, Automatic, 
AM/FM Stereo, Air Condition- 
ing, Auliliary Lighting. This 
Truck Is Crimson Red. 



*A3,952 msrp 

$2325 DISCOUNT 



. ©LIBS CQD7§.£I§S SUPREME SL 

This Coupe Has All The Op- . ^18,666 

WL $3091 



lions. V6, AM/FM Cassette, 
Cruise, Tilt,. Plus More. 
Come In And Check It Out. 
Stock No. 12,003. 



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COUPE 
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Fuel Injected, Power Steer- 

ing, Power . Brakes, A^r Vl ^, V . m i»j . 

Automatic, Air Conditioning, $1$ZZ OISCOUNT 

AM/FM Stereo Cassette. 

Stock No. 12,008. •$• 



OB.DS CALAIS SE® Aft 

Automatic, Air Conditioning, ^lfl»&95 MSRP 

AM/FM Stereo, Rear Window £ 2345 DISC AUNT 






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Stock No. P2035. 






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